Relive the pure composure and resilience former Proteas opening batsman Hashim Amla showed in the second ODI against England at the Rose Bowl in Southampton in 2012.
Amla patiently worked his way around the ground to reach the 100-run mark before he accelerated towards the end of the innings to bring up his 150.
He would eventually depart in the final over of the South African innings for a 150 off 123 deliveries in a knock that returned 16 fours for the right-hander as the Proteas set England a target of 288.
The Proteas bowlers’, though, were on hand to restrict to England to 207 all out thanks to some disciplined bowling by the likes of Wayne Parnell, Robin Petersen and Morne Morkel.
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