Quinton De Kock said de Villiers was under consideration
AB de Villiers, who retired in 2018, has been the subject of much discussion since before the 2019 World Cup. South Africa’s white-ball captain Quinton de Kock said AB de Villiers was under consideration to play this year’s T20 World Cup.
Although not in the 2019 England World Cup, the 360-degree batsman for the 2020 Twenty20 World Cup was well thought out by the management. One of the best batsmen will have to wait a while to return to the field in Proteas jersey as cricket has come to a standstill due to the coronavirus.
Speaking on Star Sports ” Cricket Connected ‘show about de Villiers being in the World Cup squad, captain De Kock said:’ He was definitely a consideration. I would definitely want AB de Villiers if I was fit. Any team will want to keep AB de Villiers in the team. The World Cup was postponed whenever we were talking about it.
De Kock, meanwhile, said he was satisfied with his ODI and T20 captaincy. Not interested in Test captaincy at the moment, ‘Honestly I think it’s a lot of work. I have to be the wicketkeeper, I have to bat in the top order. ‘
‘Being a captain in three formats is not a normal thing. I don’t think I’m the only person who can lead a team in all three formats. I am very happy with the T20 and ODI captaincy. The 26-year-old Proteas added the wicket-keeper-batsman.