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Quinton de Kock’s Test Retirement Crippled South African Batting: Amla

Quinton de Kock's Test Retirement Crippled South African Batting: Amla

CRICDOT DESK : The weakened South African batting team was “further paralyzed” by the sudden resignation of veteran Quinton De cock, believes former star batter Hashim Amla of the country.

At the age of 29, Decock called his test career last week for family reasons, but Wicketkeeper Batter continues to play in a short format for the game.

Amla has a home team with a three-game test series. I’m busy developing when I’m running I’m behind the impressive Indian team by 01. Now that Quinton has withdrawn from test cricket, this further paralyzes the lineup and it is imperative to hit higher than ever to give him time to play a solid role, whether three or four. Become. In one of the recovery, “Amla was quoted as said by Sport24.

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Amla believes that Protea can still bounce and keep their record of never losing their home series to India.

“There is certainly a way back, but it will have a long laser-like focus and bring a bit of luck,” Amla said.
“(Captain) Dean (Elgar) and Aiden (Mark Ram) are great players with hundreds of pedigrees, and when they go, it certainly calms the nerves and gives the young boy the coveted confidence. Let’s do it, “said Amla.

Protea was thrown by Centurion to 197 and 191 at the Supersport Park, but suffered a loss of 113 runs against India in the opening test, recording over 9,000 test runs and also being the team’s captain
. Amla paid first in honor of the “fair” result.

“It was a fair result,” said Amla, who scored 200 points against the West Indies (2014) and England (2016) in his career at Centurion.

“When India won the throw, beat it and scored more than 300 points, it was a game for protea batters to achieve at least this score.

” They were really hurt by the 130 run backlog, That ultimately made a difference, “Amla concludes.

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