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    South African cricketer AB de Villiers retires from international cricket, says he is tired

    Pretoria: Former South Africa captain and batting mainstay AB de Villiers today announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket, saying that he has run “out of gas”. The 34-year-old swashbuckler, a fan favourite for his innovative strokeplay and power-hitting, posted a video on his Twitter page to announce the big decision.

  • India Vs South Africa: AB de Villiers the genius changed the game in an over

    The big build up to India’s tour of South Africa did not disappoint with 13 wickets falling during the day. The India bowlers enjoyed bowling on the green-ish wickets. They dominated most of the day. Bhuvaneshwar Kumar was pick of the bowlers picking up four wickets, the others tried supporting Bhuvi through the day but were rather disappointing on a juicy track.

  • Du Plessis hails ‘new Kallis’ Philander

    Nottingham, South Africa captain Faf du Plessis said Vernon Philander was on the way to becoming the “new Jacques Kallis” after his man-of-the-match winning display in a crushing 340-run win over England in the second Test at Trent Bridge. Philander was in fine form with both bat and ball as South Africa won with more than a day to spare. He made valuable scores of 54 and 42 at number seven before taking three