Quality Cricketer in Cricket

There are few quality cricketer in cricket. AB de Villiers is one of shining name among them. AB de Villiers is born on 17th February 1984. He was a very brilliant student. He is multitalented man. He also played in rugby team for South Africa . He is man of irony nerves. He made his debut against England in a test match in 2004. He impressed selectors by his performance. He made many unbreakable records. He is rated number one batsman of ODI and test cricket . When he comes for batting he rotates strike ball by ball . He is also a good wicket keeper and outstanding fielder.He dubuted as a wicket keeper batsman. He invented amazing and technical shots in cricket. His nick name in cricket is Mr.360.He can hit boundary in any corner of ground. He is also casual bowler. He performed his best for Africa. Ball by ball he can attack any bowler in world. He also plays in most of international leagues of world. He has remarkable record in famous T20 Indian premier league. He comes in fam

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Bangladesh named an unaltered squad for one week from now are arrangement decider against Australia, in the wake of securing a noteworthy prevail upon the vacationers in their opening Test in Dhaka on Wednesday. The hosts beat Steve Smith's men by 20 keeps running in an exciting triumph on home soil, their first historically speaking win against Australia since picking up Test status in 2000. Mushfiqur Rahim's men are wanting to close the arrangement when they square against Australia in the second and last Test beginning at Chittagong on September 4. Australia - who are visiting Bangladesh without precedent for over 10 years - are at present positioned fourth to Bangladesh's modest ninth in ICC Test rankings. The Baggy Greens on Wednesday included left-arm ease back bowler Steve O'Keefe to their squad for the second Test. O'Keefe will supplant quick bowler Josh Hazlewood who has been precluded of the arrangement with damage. Squad: Mushfiqur Rahim (capt), Tam

Round-up: Toby Roland-Jones does his best to undo patchwork Surrey

Had you introduced this fairly interwoven Surrey XI to Alec Stewart, the executive of cricket, back in April, he may very well have stifled on his tea. Zafar Ansari, Dom Sibley, and Mark Footitt are from the staff, Kumar Sangakkara and Mark Stoneman are generally drawn in, and Tom Curran drives the rundown of the harmed. In this manner, Ollie Pope and Ryan Patel are appearing as two of four 19-year-olds. Also, is that truly Rikki Clarke? Having been made a request to bowl first Surrey's put together side did, in reality, to bowl Middlesex out for 247. Be that as it may, at that point their openers kept running into Toby Roland-Jones, coming back from and encouraged by his England encounter. His four overs previously stumps saw Patel (whose medium pace had been exceptional than clean) rushed into swinging to leg gorge, at that point Rory Burns – abruptly the senior batsman – got behind by a marvel that left him. This a key diversion for the two sides – overcome for either would