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“Want To Play For RCB” – ‘Baby ABD’ Dewald Brevis


CRICDOT DESK : South Africa`s Dewald Brevis is grabbing the headlines for all correct reasons. He has been on a run-scoring spree with inside the ongoing U-19 World Cup with inside the Caribbean Islands. With 362 runs in 4 video games together with a century, in fact, Brevis ended the league-degree because the main run-scorer.

Brevis batting fashion has already drawn comparisons with former South African legend AB de Villiers and has frequently been known as as `Baby ABD`. While the Proteas depend on his batting show with inside the ongoing U-19 World Cup, the teen has already set his eyes at the future.

Dewald Brevis desires to constitute South Africa throughout all codecs and additionally desires to play for Royal Challengers Bangalore with inside the Indian Premier League (IPL). He additionally named AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli as his preferred players.

“For me, the largest dream is to play for the Proteas after which I am any such large fan of the IPL, I would really like to play for RCB due to the fact AB (de Villiers) and (Virat) Kohli are there,” stated Brevis in a video published at the professional internet site of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

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“Also, all of the different T20 competitions across the world. I need to be identified as an all-rounder with my leg-spin bowling. I need to play all 3 codecs,” he added.

Meanwhile, Dewald Brevis` love for Royal Challengers Bangalore is not anything new. He has shared more than one images wearing the RCB jersey on his social media accounts.

Speaking approximately AB de Villiers, the mythical batsman introduced his retirement from all kinds of the sport ultimate year. He has represented RCB from 2011 to 2021 and has been an fundamental a part of their squad.
On the alternative hand, Virat Kohli has relinquished his management responsibilities after IPL 2021. However, he keep to play as a batsman withinside the crew in the imminent season.

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