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Amla dislocates finger

2014-02-22 12:02
Hashim Amla (Gallo Images)

Port Elizabeth - South African Hashim Amla dislocated his left ring finger while fielding during the third day's play against Australia in the second Test at St George's Park, in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.

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Fielding at gully, Amla dived for a catch from Australian batsman Brad Haddin in the 32nd over, but only managed to get the finger on it.

Amla immediately went off the field to receive medical attention.

Team management said Amla's finger could be 'put back in' and he would be fine to bat during South Africa's second innings.

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