The World Cup begins with the month of Ramadan. Preparations are going on before the match. South African opener Hashim Amla said in a preparatory match against Sri Lanka, he will do a great job in the World Cup. Roha Rakhee played 65 runs.
South Africa and England host England on the first day of the World Cup on Thursday. That is the month of Ramadan. Amla has said that he is playing well due to fasting. Due to fasting, he can adapt himself to the conditions. Media said that next to the Cricket.
Amla said, "Fasting is going to help me adjust to the conditions." He said this before the warm-up match against the West Indies on Sunday. There was no match due to rain.
Amla said, "I'm always looking forward to fasting. It's the best month of the year. Fasting is a good mental exercise and at the same time the peace of the soul. '
In the warm-up match against Sri Lanka, South Africa scored 338 runs for 7 wickets. Sri Lanka reversed 51 runs in reply
Hashim Amla went to England in the month of Ramadan in 2012. He made 311 runs in the Oval Test, which is the highest innings for South Africa.
In ODIs, they have scored 7,910 runs so far. Of which 27 centuries Amla said, 'Running is important all the time. I try to do as much as possible for the team's success. '