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AB de Villiers joins with Gilchrist, Duminy

AB de Villiers


South African captain AB de Villiers who is on high pitch in ongoing cricket world cup 2015 with both ball and bat joins the club with Adam Gilchrist and J P Duminy. He is the third player in the history of world cup to be dismissed on 99 runs. Earlier, Australian veteran wicket keeper batsman Adam Gilchrist lost his wicket on 99 runs against Sri Lanka in 2003 world cup at centurion. Another star player J P Duminy too lost his wicket on one run short century in 2011 WC against Ireland at Eden Gardens Kolkata. Proteas star AB de Villiers holds the record for making fastest 50,100,150 in ODI’s and also recently he joined the 1000+ runs in world cup elite club.

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