Ab de Villiers | Congratulations to AB de Villiers on the wicket-taking video; പുലിവാൽ പിടിച്ച് അവാന |

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Mumbai, First Published Nov 21, 2021, 11:11 AM IST

Mumbai: Former Indian pacer Parvinder Awana has taken to Twitter to congratulate South African batting legend AB de Villiers on his retirement from cricket. The video with the tweet was retaliated against.

AB de Villiers is the epitome of modern cricket with 360 degree shots. Parvinder Awana took to Twitter to congratulate the South African on his retirement. The note said ABD would like to thank all those who have contributed to cricket. Along with the tweet, Avana’s video of ABD taking wickets in an IPL match became a troll.

Awana, who has played only two international T20s and conceded 71 off 36 balls without conceding a single wicket, was unbeaten by fans. Hundreds of people protested following Awana’s tweet. De Villiers’ six-wicket haul against Awana and Suresh Raina’s 33-run knock came in response.

Awana looked to cheer the Indian team on beating New Zealand but the fans could not bear it. Several trolls have appeared on Twitter against Avana.

Superman ABD

The 37-year-old ABD has announced his retirement from all formats of cricket, including the IPL. ABD, one of the best players in IPL history, has been a player for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) since 2011. He played for Delhi Daredevils before RCB. He scored 5162 runs in 184 matches throughout his IPL career.

He has played 114 Tests, 228 ODIs and 78 international T20s for South Africa. He scored 8765 runs at an average of 50.66 in Tests and 9577 runs at an average of 53.5 in ODIs and 1672 runs at an average of 26.12 in International T20s. In addition, ABD ended his 17 – year career as a complete wicket – keeper and fielder.

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Last Updated Nov 21, 2021, 11:14 AM IST

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