Virat Kohli announces major update on AB de Villiers reunion with RCB – Watch | Cricket

In addition to huge popularity in the international circle, AB de Villiers was one of the leading figures in the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) camp.

AB de Villiers is considered one of the megastars of modern cricket and despite the announcement of his retirement from all forms of sport, he still remains a fan favorite. In addition to huge popularity in the international circle, the 38-year-old star was one of the leading figures at the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) camp. (IPL 2022 full coverage)

Virat Kohli, who is another talisman figure representing the franchise, shares a close relationship with the Proteas player and in a recent interaction, the former RCB captain announced the big news about the latter’s future with the team.

In a video shared by RCB on social media, Kohli revealed that he misses de Villiers a lot and that the two often stay in touch via text messages. Speaking further, the Indian striker also indicated that the former cricketer could return to RCB in the near future.

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“I miss him a lot. I talk to him regularly, quite regularly. He keeps texting me,” Kohli said in the video.

“He was in the US recently watching golf. I heard his name was Augusta Masters. So he told me he was experiencing golf there with his friends and family.

“So we stay in touch and he is watching the RCB very closely and we hope he will be here next year in some capacity,” Kohli added.

Shortly after saying this, Kohli remarked with a smile, “Did I spill the beans?”

De Villiers spent more than a decade with the RCB franchise after hanging out with them in the 2011 edition.

The former South African cricketer will soon return to action, but this time in a different sport. According to a report in AFP earlier this month, the 38-year-old will represent the rest of the world against the U.S. team led by Fred Couples at the Icons Series inaugural golf tournament in Jersey City from June 30 to July 1.

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