Twitter reacts to Amla’s retirement

Hashim Amla’s retirement from international cricket came as a shock to countless fans across the world. Nobody saw this decision coming from Amla and that too at this point of time.

Twitter reacts to Amla's retirement
Amla retires from international cricket.

Amla has been one of the phenomenal performers of the game for South Africa and the team had no issues at the top-order when Amla was at the crease. He used to give pretty good starts for the team as he sticks to his style of play which carries minimal risks in his stroke-making abilities.

South Africa will miss Amla’s services dearly and it is such a shame that a player of this calibre had to retire now. However, the fans can get to witness some more of class from Amla in the domestic cricket including the

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“It is always sad to bid farewell to one of the true legends of the game,” commented Cricket South Africa (CSA) Chief Executive Thabang Moroe.

“But at the same time this is rather an occasion to celebrate the richness that Hashim has brought to the game around the world both on and off the field. His humility has always been his standout quality and I cannot imagine a better role model to teach us all how to lead better lives. He has added great value not only to the Proteas but to the country at large.

“I am sure cricket players, administrators, the media and fans from around the world will join the CSA Family in congratulating Hashim on a job well done and to wish him all the best for the future.

“We can indeed be grateful that he remains available for our domestic cricket and will continue to contribute by passing on his rich cricket and life experiences to our next generation of players,” concluded Moroe.

Here is how Twitter reacted to Hashim Amla’s retirement:



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