AB de Villiers says “You’ve had a much bigger impact than you will ever understand” in IPL 2021. de Villiers believes members of the team have been grateful. Also, to have played under the leadership of Virat Kohli in the Indian Premier League 2021 season. AB was seen commending Kohli for his significant contribution. It is towards the success of the team over the years. He mentioned how playing alongside the champion cricketer. AB has had a positive impact on both his game and personal life.
De Villiers suggest that Kohli has made a difference in many people’s lives. According to him, is even more valuable than winning the coveted IPL trophy. He praises the prolific run-scorer for inspiring many. While being at the helm of the Bangalore team for nine years.
“I know everyone sitting in this change room is grateful about you as a leader. The way you have captained this team has certainly inspired everyone. It has inspired me to become better as a cricket player, better as a person,” AB de Villiers said.
“You’ve had a much bigger impact than you will ever understand. There are stories that you don’t even hear of people’s lives that you have touched not only on the cricket field but away from it as well by making people believe in themselves. I think that’s much more important than a trophy, which I still believe will come your way,” de Villiers said.
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Lastly, De Villiers pointed out that he was enthusiastic to witness Kohli play. In with freedom in future seasons of the cash-rich league. He specified that a few of the umpires will rest peacefully. After his last game as Royal Challengers Bangalore captain. AB consider that the tale was not over yet. He has assured RCB supporters of the franchise making a thumping come back next season. Also, the seasoned campaigners also thanked the fans for their support.
“We really can’t wait to get going again. Really sorry for not winning the trophy this year. But the tale is not told yet and we have unfinished business, that’s for sure. We will come back stronger and keep trying for you guys,” De Villiers said.