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AB De Villiers Retirement: Announces retirement from All form of international cricket

Ab De Villiers Retirement from all form

AB De Villiers Retirement: AB de Villiers not just South African superstar (but also favourite batter loved by the cricket world) on Friday took to Twitter to announce his retirement “from all cricket“, saying that the at the age of 37, the “flame no longer burns so brightly”. “It has been an incredible journey, but I have decided to retire from all cricket. Ever since the back yard matches with my older brothers, I have played the game with pure enjoyment and unbridled enthusiasm. Now, at the age of 37, that flame no longer burns so brightly,” the South African tweeted.

AB De Villiers announces retirement from All form of international cricket and it is one of the shocking news for the cricket fans not just for South Africa but also for the entire cricket fans and particularly for RCB Fans.

ABD has confirmed that he will retire from international cricket after today’s he announced throug twitter. ICC has also released statement regarding his retirement and it is confirmed. The man who entertained the world and one of the best ambassador of cricket world has officially retired from International Cricket.

Last, I am aware that nothing would have been possible without the sacrifices made by my family – my parents, my brothers, my wife Danielle and my children. I look forward to the next chapter of our lives when I can truly put them first.

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Thank you @ABdeVilliers17 for your contribution in cricket . Cricket fans want to see you few more years playing cricket but we respect your decision . Once again happy retirement and thank you AB360° De Villiers. Thank you for entertaining the world. Thank you for your contribution to the world cricket.

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Thanks ABD for giving us so much of joy over the years. We will miss you on the field. You must be aware that, in India, you are loved as one of our own stars, if not more. – Fan wrote on Twitter

You were best of this generation, one of all time great, you changed the game, brought something to art of batting, which we thought was never possible. Very few players could have made an impact that you made in the international arena. Thank you ABD.

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