Royal Challengers Bangalore batsman AB de Villiers batted at number 6 in the match against Kings XI Punjab following the captain’s and management’s decision. After the RCB lost the match by 8 wickets, questions were raised on this batting position of De Villiers. Now De Villiers himself has come to the fore and responded to this. De Villiers has stated that he always supports the team’s decisions.
In the Hindustan Times column, he wrote, “In the beginning I am a team man. If the coach and the captain agree with the strategy, then I don’t think of anything else. I always support the team. It helps to work for successful teams. Way. ”
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He also wrote that when the second wicket of RCB was dropped, he was going on the field to bat, but then he was stopped.
De Villiers wrote about it “When the second wicket fell at the score of 62, I was ready to go to the ground, but then I was stopped because the coach and captain decided to play Punjab leg-spinners on the left hand side.” K will send batsmen who were bowling at that time. ”
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De Villiers continued “It was a legitimate cricketing decision. Every team in the world uses left-handed batsmen to play leg-spinners. I didn’t question them even at that time and have not done it now. My side There is no problem with that. ”
RCB lost by 8 wickets in the match against Punjab. De Villiers scored 2 runs in that match at number 6. RCB, batting first, set a target of 172 runs against Punjab, which they achieved with the brilliant batting of KL Rahul, Mayank Agarwal and Chris Gayle.
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