How India made Hashim Amla resign

Gaurav Sethi
Gaurav SethiJan 07, 2016 | 13:54

How India made Hashim Amla resign

It all started in November, 2015, with the first Test in Mohali. Hashim Amla's wretched form refused to go away. Scores of 43, 0, 7, 1, 39, 3, 25; worse, a crushing 0-3 series defeat to India; would've been 0-4 if not for the Bangalore washout.

Amla's bad run in 2015 continued with twin failures against England in the first Test: 7 and 12. A new year brought with it new form but Amla had decided to put in his papers weeks before the actual date. He just couldn't beard it any longer.


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Last updated: January 07, 2016 | 13:54
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