23 May :- South African cricketer AB de Villiers has announced his retirement from international cricket. De Villiers retired from all forms of cricket.
This sudden retirement by the De Villiers has created a scurry in cricket circles.
De Villiers made his Test debut for South Africa in 2004. He gave honest assertion that he is tired after the last 14 years of his career. De Villiers has represented South Africa in 114 Tests, 228 One Day Internationals and 78 Twenty Twenty Internationals.
Divilar announced on Twitter why it decided to retire, via a video.
I’ve made a big decision today pic.twitter.com/In0jyquPOK
— AB de Villiers (@ABdeVilliers17) May 23, 2018
“I am bored now and this is the right time to give opportunity to the youngsters, so from this moment onwards, I am going to bid farewell to cricket,” said De Villiers.
Deviliers play Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL. Right now, RCB or De Villiers have not been able to do much.
Diveller, known as Mr. 360, was known as the cricket ground in the thunderstorm.
De Villiers has represented South Africa in 114 Test matches, 228 ODIs and 78 Twenty20 Internationals.
In Test cricket, he has 22 centuries and 46 half-centuries in his name. In ODIs, he has scored 25 centuries and 53 half-centuries. Apart from this, he has made ten half-centuries in Twenty20 cricket.
AB de Villiers’ international career
One Day Performance
Front – 228
Runs – 9577
Half Centuries – 53
Front – 114
Runs – 8765
Centuries – 22
Half Centuries – 46
Front – 78
Runs – 1672
Centuries – 0
Half-Centuries – 10