my role in T20′s. I am enjoying this period and the experience.
“I think it’s all about assessing situations of the game and playing according to it. It’s not only about scoring quicker upfront but you have to see what your partner is doing,” said South Africa’s most prolific batsman in longer version.
Amla was all praise for his opening partner De Kock, who he hoped would go big against the Indian team in the semifinal.
“Quiney (nickname) is a fearless cricketer and is working very hard to put in a big performance,” Amla said. But by the end of the training session, the limelight was stolen by someone who had taken 1001 international wickets in his 15-year career!