Asked about the low points of 2015, Amla after his team's 241-run loss said,"I think this match (England Test) and probably one in Delhi”. Amla conceded that it was time for him to start leading from the front with the bat, attributing his continued batting woes to a lack of confidence rather than poor technique.
"It started off well last year when I got some runs but not being able to maintain it has been disappointing. Certainly as captain you want to lead from the front," said Amla.
"Hopefully I can turn it around in the next match, start leading from the front by getting the runs on the board so that the boys can follow," he added.
"I certainly think it's a confidence thing and we don't know how long it will go on for but we hope that we are close to turning it around. Dean (Elgar) started it off brilliantly, his hundred has been the positive light from this Test match for us. He batted well in India and the way he batted in this game is a good lesson for everyone,” Amla further added.


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