Cricket South Africa asks AB de Villiers to lead the team again

The retired batsman of South Africa, AB de Villiers might begin the 2nd innings in his career, de Villiers had asked to lead the team for the T20i World Cup in Australia. The batsman shared, about this offer at a talk show known as Cricket Connected, de Villiers conveyed that only when he is in a good shape will he return to batting and pitching, until then de Villiers would not completely get involved, the show informed.

Abraham Benjamin de Villiers, the former captain, from South Africa cricket team, is known for scoring in the limited-overs matches, the cricketer has released himself from all the formats of cricket since a year ago. The Cricket South Africa board had approached the batsman to lead the team again for the World Cup 2020 to begin in months, though the innovative batsman would only agree when he had proved to be in top form for the matches. Since it has been long-time away from the Proteas, it is important not just for the cricketer but for others to know that the batsman is back in good shape, for the international matches said de Villiers.

Proteas coach, Mark Boucher informed that de Villiers would be leading once he is fit to begin, and the batsman also has expressed interest to be padded. But with the pandemic crisis and the unpredictable situation, the commencement of the T20i World Cup 2020 schedule is to confirm soon.

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