AB De Villiers, who joined Royal Challengers Banglore in 2011 going into the fifth year in Royal Challengers Banglore, said that he would love to play there for the rest of his life.Royal Challengers Bangalore fans have a big reason to be happy. South African star AB de Villiers has expressed his desire to stay with the Indian Premier League franchise till he calls time on his career. In comments posted on Royal Challengers Banglore’s official website, AB de Villiers, who has formed a lethal partnership with Kohli in previous Indian Premier League editions, said that he enjoys “the franchise, the vibe, the people” and would want to continue representing the franchise for the rest of his life. “Obviously, playing for Bangalore for the first three-four years, going into your fifth year, I realised I would love to play here for the rest of my life,” Royal Challengers Banglore quoted AB de Villiers as saying to Pommie Mbangwa in an Instagram Live session.who will win.
The former South African batsman said, he enjoys the vibe of the franchise and don’t want to leave the friendships he created there.”I really enjoy the franchise, the vibe, the people. You create friendships you don’t want to leave. Then I started feeling that I actually want to play for Royal Challengers Banglore,” said the South African.Recently De Villiers was declared the Greatest of All Time (GOAT) among batsmen in the history of the Indian Premier League by the jury of Star Sports on its flagship show Cricket Connected last week.Today match prediction.
AB de Villiers said that he would love to play for Royal Challengers Bangalore till the time he plays in Indian Premier League.”Obviously, playing for Bangalore for the first three-four years, going into your fifth year, I realised I would love to play here for the rest of my life,” Royal Challengers Banglore quoted AB de Villiers as saying to Pommie Mbangwa in an Instagram Live session.He started his Indian Premier League career with Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals) but in 2011 the franchise decided to part ways with him and Royal Challengers Banglore went to buy him at the auction.De Villiers shares a great camaraderie with Royal Challengers Banglore players and his friendship with Virat Kohli is not hidden from anyone. They both respect and appreciate each other a lot.
De Villiers, who was picked ahead of Virat Kohli, Chris Gayle and David Warner, also surpassed the likes of Virender Sehwag, M.S. Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Kieron Pollard and Shane Watson in the pecking order.”It’s a difficult one, but Virat is definitely the more natural ball-striker, there’s no doubt about that,” de Villiers said during his interaction on “Sports Hurricane”.”In tennis terms, I’d say he’s more like a (Roger) Federer whereas Smith is like a (Rafael) Nadal. Smith is mentally very strong and figures out a way of scoring runs – he doesn’t look natural, but he ends up writing records and doing amazing things at the crease,” De Villers added.