4 bowlers who took AB de Villiers wicket for the last time in Test, ODI, T20I and IPL

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In one of the most heartbreaking developments in the world of cricket, former captain of South African cricket team AB de Villiers recently announced his retirement from all types of cricket. He made it clear that he will no longer be a part of franchised cricket tournaments as well.

This is a big, big loss for cricket because there will never be a player like AB de Villiers. The Royal Challengers Bangalore was the last team that de Villiers represented. The IPL 2021 Eliminator between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore proved to be de Villiers’ last match.

Speaking of de Villiers’ latest match, in this post today, we will look at the bowlers who sent off AB de Villiers in his latest match of Test, ODI, T20I and IPL.

1. Last player to send AB de Villiers off in the IPL – Sunil Narine

Speaking of the last player to take AB de Villiers’ wicket for the last time in IPL, it was Sunil Narine. The mysterious spinner shook the stumps of the RCB star during the Eliminator match. Narine performed exceptionally well in that match and led KKR to qualifying match 2.

2. Proof – Pat Cummins

AB de Villiers played their last test match against Australia in 2018. South Africa won that match by a margin of 492 points. The right hitter scored 69 points in the first inning, but in the second, Pat Cummins fired him when he was on six points. Cummins dismissed de Villiers taken behind.

3. Last player to send AB de Villiers off in ODI – Yuzvendra Chahal

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Yuzvendra Chahal, former teammate of AB de Villiers in RCB, was the last bowling player to send him off in an ODI match. Not many fans would know that Mr. 360 played his last ODI against India in 2018 and scored 30 points out of 34 deliveries before Chahal shook his stumps. Virat Kohli scored a century in that match and India won with eight wickets.

4. T20I – Mohammad Saifuddin

Mr. 360 played his last international T20 game against Bangladesh on 29 October 2017. He scored 20 points out of 15 balls before Mohammad Saifuddin pushed him back, but David Miller’s century ensured that the Proteas won that game by 83 points. .

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