A Documentary of AB De Villiers Videos, Born on 17 February 1984, AB De Villiers also known as AB always had a flare for sports. He took part in so many sports in his childhood that is hard to believe and he made it to some decent grounds in all of them and eventually he decided to pursue cricket.
AB was into Badminton, Rugby, Cricket, Hockey and Swimming during his school days and in all these sports he remained the stand out performer for his school. After cricket he loves Rugby and might have ended up being a Rugby player had he not selected cricket at the age of 16.
AB has broken many records but that 150 he made against West Indies will remain very special because he broke 3 world records in one innings. First he broke the world record of fastest 50 then fastest 100 and eventually ended up breaking the fastest 150 runs mark. AB has been that element in the South African team which never loses hope and fights till the end and thus seeing him not laying down the whole South African team never retrieves and keeps on fighting till the end.
In this video we see some glimpses of AB’s magic with bat and when he fields around the park at any fielding place you can think off. His fielding is breathtaking and his catching casts a spell on the viewers which is why he is known as to be one of the very best fielders as well. AB used to field at point in his early days then went on to become a wicket keeper and now as DE Kock is given the job to become the wicket keeper AB is again seen fielding at different positions inside and outside of the ring. His magnificent batting, his drive through the off side, his powerful and calculative slogging on the leg side makes him a really hard batsman to bowl at. Bob Willis the former English fast bowler and now a commentator ranks him as the best batsman in the history of cricket. Willis even rates AB higher than Sir Donald Bradman and this is something a batsman can only dream off. AB is currently captaining the South African ODI squad and is leading his team really well and now just has one aim in life to hold the world cup for South Africa.