South African cricketer AB De Villiers has been signed for the upcoming fourth edition of Pakistan Super League.
The former South African skipper, AB de Villiers, took retirement from international cricket earlier this year.
AB de Villiers is considered among the great batsmen with over 20,000 international runs to his credit.
He is renowned as an athletic fielder and a fearless batsman who can play shots in all possible directions. AB de Villiers will be the centre of attractions at this year’s PSL Player Draft.
In a video message, AB de Villiers in PSL is made official:
“Pakistan Super League has grown into one of the top T20 tournaments in the world and I’ve really enjoyed watching PSL matches in recent years,” said de Villiers in a video message announcing his signing with PSL.
In his video message, the former South African captain also thanked Pakistani cricket fans for their support.
“PSL is a league that has given Pakistan so much to cheer about and I look forward to being on the field once again,” added AB de Villiers.
— PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) September 7, 2018
Chairman PCB, Ehsan Mani, welcomed AB de Villiers in PSL. “We are delighted with the signing of de Villiers for Pakistan Super League,” said Mani. “He is a modern-day great and he will add immense value to the tournament. His involvement in PSL will also provide great learning opportunities for our youngsters.”