Chris Morris and Jubendra Chahal do not want to play against Villiers
Resource Desk:  Suppose you are playing a cricket match. The 19th over of the match is going on. AB de Villiers is batting against the opponent. What would you do if the captain at the time asked you to bowl against Villiers? Whatever you do, Chris Morris and Jubendra Chahal at least ‘don’t want to ball’ against this former Proteas.
 Despite leaving international cricket, AB de Villiers is still showing his prowess with the bat. The last glimpse of which was seen in the match against Rajasthan Royals. The former Proteas batsman beat Royal Challengers Bangalore in a 55-run tornado innings off 22 balls in that match.
 If you need 35 runs in the last 2 overs to win, this right-handed batsman leaves the field with 2 balls left. Bangalore pacer Morris said it was difficult to bowl against him in the 19th over while chasing runs.
 He even said that in the 19th over, if the captain allowed him to bowl against de Villiers, he would resort to a fake hamstring injury. The right-handed pacer also commented that no score is safe for him. And when Chahal was asked, he said he was silent.
 “Then I will resort to fake hamstring injuries,” the South African fast bowler said. South Africa is lucky for this man. It is very difficult to bowl against him when he is in such a mood. No score is safe for him in what he is doing regularly.
 In professional cricket I have never been able to get him out, celebrating too much when I was out in the nets. I have no plans when bowling against him.
 De Villiers has been praised by Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli. “Who is the bowler, it is not considered,” he said. Your opponent may have the best bowler in the world but AB will do whatever it takes. – Crickfrenji