AB De Villiers makes bold prediction for finals of 20-20 World Cup 2022

Former South Africa skipper AB De Villiers makes a bold prediction, wants India versus Pakistan final in the ongoing 20-20 World Cup

Rohit Kumar
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AB De Villiers

AB De Villiers

With the Super 12 of the ongoing 20-20 World Cup 2022 being done and dusted, fans all over the globe are eagerly waiting for the semi-finals to begin. In the knockout stage, Pakistan are scheduled to face New Zealand at the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground while the Indian team will take on England at Adelaide oval on November 10, a day later to India’s match.

Now, with a potential India versus Pakistan match on the cards, the fans of the neighbouring country are all up for a thrilling finale at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Former South Africa international AB De Villiers too want the same and expressed how it can be a mouth-watering clash for the spectators.

“Fantasy final indeed! So far 70% have voted Yes, but I’m sure NZ and ENG will have something to say about that. Both teams have amazing line-ups and are in good form. Gonna be two epic semi-final clashes. My vote goes for an Ind/Pak final too, would be a mouth-watering encounter,” the legendary cricketer tweeted.

De Villiers reacts to Surykumar Yadav’s remark about him

The swashbuckling middle-order batter Suryakumar Yadav has mesmerized everyone with his shot-making ability in the ongoing 20-20 World Cup. The new Mr 360-degree has been lauded by many former cricketers and some even compared him with the legendary AB De Villiers. However, in an interview with Star Sports, the cricketer revealed how there can be only one De Villiers in cricket.

“There is only one 360-degree player in the world, and I will try to play like him,” Yadav said after smacking 61 off 25 balls against Zimbabwe. Courtesy of his brilliant innings, the Indians put 186 runs on board after 20 overs and eventually won the match by 71 runs. Yadav was later adjudged as the Player of the Match for his extraordinary batting.

Minutes later, the former Proteas captain reacted by lauding the cricketer and assures that the 32-year-old is quickly getting there.“You’re very quickly getting there dude, and even more! Well played today,” the former South Africa international tweeted.

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