De Villiers made an explosive claim about returning to international cricket, expressing his opinion


Bangla Hunt Desk: South African star cricketer AB de Villiers abruptly retired from international cricket before the 2019 World Cup. From then on, he started playing in T20 leagues of different countries including IPL. De Villiers performed great everywhere. After that, there was speculation about De Villiers’ return to international cricket.

De Villiers said in an interview during the IPL, “I spoke to head coach Mark Boucher before the IPL started. I definitely want to play for the country. However, he did not talk to me about this for some time. I will discuss this again after the end of IPL. I am always proud to play for the country. But I also have to keep in mind that I can’t join the international team if I want to. Because a lot of young cricketers have joined the team at the moment, they have matched themselves, so I am willing to play only if there is room for me, even after giving them a chance. ”

De Villiers scored 207 runs in 158.74 strikeouts in 7 matches before the IPL was postponed due to Corona, averaging 51.75. And after watching this performance of de Villiers, the speculation about the return of de Villiers in international cricket became more intense. This time, however, de Villiers told the South African Cricket Board that he no longer wanted to play in the country’s jersey. The news was officially announced by the South African Cricket Board.