Ab de Villiers Pens Heartfelt Note After RCB’s Ouster in IPL 2020

Post RCB’s ouster in Dream11 IPL 2020, AB de Villiers, who played a crucial role in guiding the team to the playoffs, penned a heartfelt note for RCB’s campaign, calling the trip enjoyable. He also thanked his fans and well-wishers for supporting the side constantly.

November 9, 2020

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Royal Challengers Bangalore’s (RCB) wait for Indian Premier League (IPL) continues as their campaign in IPL 2020 got over after suffering a six-wicket defeat against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in Eliminator. RCB fans were left heartbroken after the game as the Virat Kohli-led side performed brilliantly in the group stages and looked on track to break their 13-year-long jinx. However, that couldn’t happen as they fall short once again. Post Bangalore’s ouster, AB de Villiers, who played a crucial role in guiding the team to the playoffs, penned a heartfelt note for RCB’s campaign, calling the trip enjoyable. He also thanked his fans and well-wishers for supporting the side constantly. RCB Funny Memes Go Viral After Virat Kohli & Co Get Eliminated from IPL 2020.

Ab de Villiers Pens Heartfelt Note After RCB’s Ouster in IPL 2020, Says ‘Created Memories That Will Last Forever’

“Looking back at one of the most enjoyable trips ever! We had so much fun together and created memories that will last forever. We really appreciate everyone who supported @royalchallengersbangalore all the way. @iplt20 growing stronger and better every year,” wrote De Villiers while sharing multiple pictures from the season. The comment section got flooded with emotional messages as the South African dasher ended up in the losing side yet again despite putting his best effort. Virat Kohli Thanks Fans for Support After RCB’s Six-Wicket Loss Against SRH in IPL 2020 Eliminator.

Here’s AB de Villiers’ Heartfelt Note:

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De Villiers is regarded as one of the best batsmen ever, and his records in all forms of cricket are nothing but jaw-dropping. Despite the fact, he hasn’t been able to lift any major title with either South African team or RCB. Ageing 36, the Proteas star is indeed the latter half of his career and fans want the legendary batsman to taste glory at least once.

Meanwhile, Sunrisers Hyderabad also got knocked out of the title race after losing to Delhi Capitals in Qualifier 2 by 17 runs. With this, Shreyas Iyer’s DC advanced to the finals where they’ll meet defending champions Mumbai Indians on November 10 at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

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