Former South Africa captain AB de Villiers returns to the Twenty20 World Cup after his retirement. Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis has said he will play in the Twenty20 World Cup 2020.
Two days ago, the country’s new coach, Mark Boucher, said he would like to offer Villiers a return to the squad. And Faf says the matter has been under discussion for the past few months. The Proteas captain said the supporters want AB to return to the squad, and I am no exception. The matter has been under discussion for two or three months.
AB de Villiers returns to the World Twenty20 Cricket
In 2018, De Villiers retired from international cricket of all kinds. De Villiers now plays T20 cricket around the world. Fans want to play Villiers and Du Plessis says. T20 cricket is of different importance. We still haven’t won the World Cup in that 50 over or Twenty20. The T20 World Cup is not too far away.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis said, “That’s what everybody wants AB to get back into cricket. That’s what I want to say, really. This discussion has begun.”South Africa could be one of the strongest teams in the upcoming Twenty20 World Cup if AB De Villiers returns after his retirement.
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