AB de Villiers Looking For A Big Bash League Stint In Upcoming Edition
AB de Villiers; the cricketer, who got the fan base across the globe is considering himself to participate in the upcoming season of Big Bash League. Two of the major franchises are already after him to get the signing done for the next year’s tournament. Currently, he is plying his trade for Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2019.
It is learnt from Cricket.com.au reports that the superstar of the game AB de Villiers is looking for a stint in the tournament. As soon as the news burst out, the various clubs have already sent their personnel to have a talk with AB de Villiers’ management section.
Following his retirement, AB de Villiers has played Mzansi Super League, the Bangladesh Premier League. the Pakistan Super League and the Indian Premier League 2019.
AB de Villiers represented various franchises:
In Mzansi Super League, where he led the team finished as the second highest run-scorer while in his 6-match stint with BPL, he smashed 247 runs that include a century. Coming to IPL, he has been the solo pillar for the team, as Virat Kohli is failing to be consistent enough.
Recently, after the conclusion of the match against Kings XI Punjab, where he ended up collection man of the match trophy gave a hint by saying that he wants to play a little bit of cricket for a few franchises by keeping his skills sharp enough. Certainly, Big Bash has got the best standards.
“That is (being sharp) exactly the reason why I decided not to play international cricket, it’s to be as sharp as I can in other forms of the game around the world.”
Well, any franchise would welcome AB de Villiers straight into their team without any further debates. As far as the captain’s thoughts are concerned, in the last one year, we came across the Brisbane team skipper Chris Lynn asking the South Africa star to make his BBL debut. In the recent interview, Glenn Maxwell also lavished praises on AB de Villiers.
Shane Warne Reveals The Best Indian Captain He Has Played Against
The legendary Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne has recently revealed his greatest Indian playing XI that he played as the opposition. During that team choice, the leg-spinner also told his favourite opposition Indian captain. Shane Warne was one of the greatest leg-spinners in international cricket history….
Rajasthan Royals Co-Owner Expects Shortened IPL 2020
As COVID-19 or coronavirus is dominating the world as well as India, many events have been postponed, including the IPL 2020. While the IPL 2020 is in the danger of cancellation, Rajasthan Royals (RR) co-owner Manoj Badale is still expecting the 13th edition of IPL…