Hashim Amla – The Dictator

So it must be said, massive congratulations to the Proteas for one of if not the most comprehensive victories over England in England everrrr.

A superb performance by all and sundry but extra special maverick respect to Graeme Smith, Jacques Kallis, Dale Steyn and Hashim Amla in particular. These senior players all played exceptionally well and none more so than that bearded maestro, Hashim.

[thanks Charlie]

Sheesh, this soon to be cricketing legend is incredible. He ended on 311 not out, the first South African to amass over 300 runs to put the Proteas in what turned out to be a unassailabe posish.

The Proteas are now 1-0 up in the three Test series and well on their way to over taking England to become the number 1 Test side in the world. Glorious.

For the full stats, quality opinion and insightful commentary, visit cricinfo.com An excellent cricket site worth bookmarking for those day when you are stuck at work with no way to watch the cricket.

Hashim, we salute you!

rennton

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~ by bowlphilosophy on July 25, 2012.

2 Responses to “Hashim Amla – The Dictator”

  1. I was listening to BBC World radio to catch a brief mention of the end of the first day. The presenter made it sound like England had it in the bag and had totaly outclassed South Africa. I then only managed to catch some updates on the last day and was stoked. Who knew cricekt could be this much fun DURING rugby season?

  2. […] Amla: The man is a machine. Cool, calm and collected, Hashim simply goes about his business and is seldom rattled. His 311 not […]

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