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A.B. De Villiers Steped Down from ODI Captaincy

Star Batsman of South African A.B. de Villiers Steped Down from ODE Captaincy

AB de Villiers
AB de Villiers

After leaving the Hashim Amla Test Captaincy A.B. de Villiers kept this responsibility till end 2016. Due to an elbow injury which kept him out of the team for a long period. He couldn’t play against the New Zealand and Australia. After this he did not provide to his team for long period.

33 years old A.B. de Villiers said in his interview that it is my honor to play internationally for his country He also said that I tried my best being a captain to bring victory every time for his team. Now I understand that this responsibility kept anyone in the team. I will be continue my play as a player.

He also said that this break from five day cricket is good for me but now I am ready to play five day match and will be available to his team for all three format of cricket.

On this occasion he give the suggestion for new captain which is Faf du Plessis. Faf du Plessis proof himself Good as a T20 and Test team captain. So I feel this is the time to resign the ODI captaincy and play as a player in the team.

A.B. de Villiers will not available to his team for the Bangladesh tour. Its mean he is return in the team to play the boxing day test.

AB de Villiers
AB de Villiers

Records of A.B. de Villiers

He holds the record of fastest fifty in 16 balls, & fastest hundred in 31 balls and one hundred fifty in only 64 balls all time in One Day Internationals be any batsmen in the World. and also fastest hundred by a South African in Tests and fastest fifty by South African in T20 Internationals. He is the best ICC player of the year three time wining the award that is (2010,2014 & 2015).

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