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Virat Kohli Emotional Post on AB de Villiers Retirement

Virat Kohli Post on AB De Villiers: Virat Kohli has praised his friend AB de Villiers by writing an emotional post on him. Describing de Villiers as his brother. Kohli said that he will always be his number 1 fan.

Captain Virat Kohli Made an Emotional Post

After the announcement of retirement from all formats of the game of South Africa’s legendary cricketer and 360 degrees AB de Villiers Retirement, his close friend and Indian captain Virat Kohli has made an emotional post. De Villiers had retired from international cricket in 2018. But he was playing in T20 leagues around the world including IPL.

Kohli Shared the Picture and wrote a post for his friend

In a Facebook post, Kohli wrote while sharing an old picture of de Villiers and himself. You gave everything for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and this is my heart. You were invaluable to this franchise. I don’t even have words for you. Chinnaswamy Stadium will miss you. I will miss you very much too. I will not be able to play with you now, my brother. I love you very much and will always be your number 1 fan.

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De Villiers wrote a post saying good farewell to RCB

In the video released from RCB’s Twitter handle, de Villiers said, ‘I have spent a long and good time with RCB. 11 years passed just like this, and leaving the boys does not feel good. This decision took a long time but after deliberation, I have decided to retire and spend time with my family. I would like to thank the RCB management, my friend Virat Kohli, teammates, coaches, support staff, fans, and the entire RCB family.

De Villiers has played in T20 leagues around the world

De Villiers retired from international cricket in 2018. De Villiers, who played 114 Tests, 228 ODIs, and 78 T20 Internationals, is counted among the best batsmen of all time. He has scored 47 centuries in international cricket.

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