Royal Challengers Bangalore has lost their last match against Kings XI Punjab, Yesterday. But they have in the good position in the Points table. RCB is standing at number 3 position in the points table with 10 points. They have won five matches out of ten matches they have played.
But during the match against KXIP, AB De Villiers came to bat at number six after unbeaten 73 runs in the previous match while batting at number four. Washington Sundar and Shivam Dube were promoted ahead of the former South Africa skipper but the move did not pay off. While Sundar scored 13 off 14 balls, Dube scored 23 off 19. AB de Villiers finally came out to bat in the 17th over but lasted for only five balls, managing 2.
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“At the outset, let me say I am a team man. If the coach and captain agree a strategy, I am not going to second guess them. I will always support them. That’s the way successful teams function,” De Villiers said as quoted by News18.
“At that precise moment, I was asked to wait because the coach and captain had decided to send out left-handers to face the two KXIP leg-spinners, who were bowling at the time. That was a legitimate cricketing decision. Teams all around the world often prefer left-handed batsmen to face leg-spin bowling.
I did not question the call at the time it was made, and I do not question the call now. There is absolutely no problem from my side. For my part, I am eager and willing to bat wherever and whenever the team needs me, and to help RCB advance our campaign to realise our potential and win this league,” he added.