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Abraham Benjamin De Villiers, Cricket’s Favourite Son has announced his retirement from all the forms of cricket but the fans are not believing it.

 ABD got retired?

 But Why?

There are two categories of a batsman in the world:

AB de Villiers

All others

His master class batting against West Indies bowlers is still in our memories. The fastest ODI century of AB de Villiers, even the great Chris Gayle bowed Down in front of him.

His Special RCB connection with India. He has never led the RCB fan down and if there is any overseas player that every Indian is fan of, then it has been none other than AB de Villiers.

His truly loyal services for his team. The way he stood by his team, even at it’s lowest makes him special. 

He never went beyond records. He has batted at every possible position, from opening to no 6 as a batsman, did a great job as a wicketkeeper and even bowled and proved that he is a complete cricketer.

AB de Villiers always stay cool. No sledding can bring him down, a great batsman and even better human being.

People talk about Jonty Rhodes but I had never seen him but, have seen AB de Villiers who always do the Magic on the field.

He was passionate about winning but he never forgets to appreciate his opponents for their achievements, a true gentleman attitude, and his sportsmanship.

He is the man blessed with some extraordinary skills which sometimes make us wonder if he is even a human, he is a great entertainer on the field and off the field, he can sing and dance too.He always values his family a lot; acknowledges their contribution towards his success

We Thank You for the last 14 Years of being an Incredible player and great Entertainer

3 COMMENTS

  1. Mr. 360 will always remain special to any cricket fan’s heart no need to win a World Cup for that.

  2. That’s a really interesting summarisation of a legend who we will miss in the years to come…. thank-you ABD

  3. Very nice article… about AB

    What an entertainer he is…. we gonna always missing him.

    #mr.360
    #perfectionist
    #justicewithcricket

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