AB de Villiers, took retirement from international cricket, go to these special things about him

Johannesburg: South African legend AB de Villiers has retired from international cricket on Wednesday. He recently participated in the league with the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 11th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). According to the website ESPN Cricinfo’s report, he will not play in the bilateral series with Sri Lanka in July. So let us know at the opportunity of AB de Villiers to retire from international cricket. Important things related to him.

De Villiers was regarded as one of the greatest batsmen of the present time.

He has also been the captain of South Africa. He has scored 865 runs in 91 innings of 114 Tests for his country, with an average of 50.66, including 22 centuries and 46 half-centuries.

His highest score in Test is 278. At the same time, he has played 228 ODIs, of which he has scored 9,577 runs at an average of 53.50.

In ODIs, his name includes 25 centuries and 53 half-centuries. His highest score in ODIs is 176 runs. In T20, De Villiers has played 78 matches for his country and scored 1672 runs.

In T20 he scored runs at an average of 26.12. In the smallest format of the game, his name is 10 fifties and his highest score is 79 not out.

There are many special records in the name of AB De Villiers. His name is the record of putting one-day century in 31 balls against the West Indies in 2015. Apart from this, his name is also recorded in the ODIs for the fastest 50 runs. He only broke the record of Sanath Jayasuriya by hitting a half-century in only 16 balls.