AB DE VILLIERS ANNOUNCED RETIREMENT DATE
Hello friends, Today I am going to tell you a braking news. The most dangerous batsmen of cricket have made an announcement of retirement. His name is AB De Villiers. AB De Villiers was born on 17 Feb 1984 in South Africa. He is a former South African international cricketer who played for the South Africa national team and Titans in domestic cricket.AB DE VILLIERS ANNOUNCED RETIREMENT DATE on 23rd May 2018. He is one of the greatest batsman of all time cricket history.
AB De Villiers made his international debut in a test match against England in 2004 and first played and ODI in early 2005. His debut in Twenty20 cricket came in 2006. As of 2016, he has passed 8000 runs in both Test and ODI cricket and has a batting average of over fiffty in both forms of the game. On 23 May 2018, he announced that he was retiring from all forms of international cricket but may be available for playing domestic cricket. He also plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League.
“AB DE VILLIERS ANNOUNCED RETIREMENT DATE”=23rd May 2018
I have decided to retire from all international cricket format, De Villiers said on Wednesday (23rd May). After 114 Test matches and 228 ODI and 78 T20 internationals. it is time for other to take over. I have had my turn, and to be honest, I am tired, De Villiers said. AB is one of the dangerous batsman of the world. He holds many records fastest ODI 100, 50 and 150 in test. AB finishes his career with a staggering 20014 international runs 8765 in Test, 9577 in ODi and 1672 in T20. The 34 years old batsman said the time is right for him to hang up his boots, bringing a close to a stellar 14 year career.AB DE VILLIERS ANNOUNCED RETIREMENT DATE 23rd May 2018.
AB De Villiers holds the record for the fastest 50,100 and 150 in ODI history.
- 1. 50 of 16 balls (Johanesburg 2015)
- 100 of 31 balls (Johanesburg 2015)
- 150 of 64 balls (SCG 2015)
AB DE VILLIERS CAREER STATUS