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Allan Donald terms AB de Villiers as 'most scariest player on the planet'
Former South African pace bowler Allan Donald has termed AB de Villiers as the 'most scariest player on the planet' after the his spectacular display of batting amid the Royal Challengers Bangalore's (RCB) 8-wicket defeat against the Kings XI Punjab in their Indian Premier League (IPL) match that took place on Monday.

AB de Villiers, who was suffering from a back injury, recovered recently and came in as a substitution for Chris Gayle in his first match of Indian Premier League 2017 played at the Holkar Stadium, Indore, which is the second home ground of KXIP.

Despite the fact that the Royal Challengers Bangalore tasted a resounding 8 wicket defeat, de Villiers made sure his presence was felt as he smashed nine sixes and three boundaries in his eighty nine-run knock off just 46 balls, which took the Bangalore team to a somewhat reputed total of 148 runs in their stipulated 20 overs.

However, the 33-year-old's knock went all in vain, as the Kings XI Punjab chased down this score with utmost ease with more than 5 overs to spare, all thanks to de Villers' fellow South African team mate Hashim Amla who ended up with a score of 58*.

The former South African legendary fast bowler, Alan Donald, who has three hundred and thirty wickets added to his cap in 72 Tests, tweeted:

The Royal Challengers Bangalore will next be playing against the Mumbai Indians at in Bengaluru at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on April 14.

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