Our Bond Goes Beyond The Game, And It Will Never End: Kohli Pays Tribute To De Villiers

New Delhi, November 19, 2018 : Virat Kohli was the first to pay Tribute on social media to AB de Villiers who retired from all forms of Cricket last Friday.De Villiers, who retired from international Cricket in 2018, continued his work as a T20 franchise Cricket player for the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
De Villiers’ decade-long relationship with RCB is over.He scored 4,491 runs across 156 matches.

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Virat Kohli was second in runs run, with de Villiers finishing as the top-scoring player for his side.

De Villiers was a Delhi Daredevils player (now Delhi Capitals), and he finished his IPL season as the sixth-highest run-getter.He scored 5,162 runs over 184 matches, at an average 39.70, with a strike rate of 151.68.This includes 40 half-centuries and three centuries.The best run of 133 was against the Mumbai Indians in 2015.

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Kohli wrote that he was reacting to this news on Twitter: “To the greatest player of our time and the most inspiring person I’ve ever met, you should be proud of everything you’ve done for RCB and all you have given.” Our connection is more than the game.It will never end.Although this hurts, I am sure you made the right decision for your family and yourself.(Broken heart) I love you.”

Glenn Maxwell was an Australia all-rounder who played with de Villiers during IPL 2021.He said, “Glad I had the chance to share the field avec one of the most incredible players of all times and an amazing person too!” “#legend” has changed Cricket forever

Faf du Plessis, South Africa’s Cricket batsman wrote: “Well done @ABdeVilliers17 for a remarkable career.It’s been an incredible privilege to share the Cricket field with you.Without you, the game would not be what it is today.This is the greatest person I’ve ever played with.(Goat emoji).”

Rashid Khan, a leg-spinner from Afghanistan said that it was a relief to him and the other bowlers.We are so grateful for your great memories, and the inspiration that you gave so many young people including myself.”We will miss you Mr 360 @abdevilliers17, two Red Hearts and two Raising Hands.

Shreyas, India’s batter tweeted: “Looked up too in my early Cricket years and it’s an honour to play against (Smiling smile with smiling eyes) Good Luck @ABdeVilliers17.Thank you for all you have done for Cricket (Clapping hands sign).

Shikhar Dhawan, India’s opener wrote that “Your contribution has been enormous @ABdeVilliers17 [Raising hands] A true legend in this beautiful game and a great athlete.

You have a bright future ahead of you.

Irfan Pathan, an ex-India all-rounder, commented that the thought of ABD no longer playing Cricket was not pleasant.Thanks for making the game of Cricket more beautiful by playing #ABdeVilliers17 “retirement”

Michael Vaughan, former England captain wrote that he “Absolutely loved” watching @ABdeVilliers17 perform the game.

Mpumelelo Mbangwa, a former Zimbabwe cricketer and commentator, said, “Congratulations on a great job.All the best for the next.AB.” Best wishes.”

Sundar Pichai (Google and Alphabet CEO) tweeted that he is a passionate Cricket fan.

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