new Delhi: Former South Africa captain Abraham De Villiers on Friday once again clarified in one of his posts on Instagram that he had never insisted on joining the World Cup, but also believed that before the World Cup team announced Captain Faf du Plessis had said in unofficial things: 'If I need to, I can return.' De Villiers announced his retirement from international cricket in May 2018.
On the other hand, Indian captain Virat Kohli came in support of former South African cricketer AB De Villiers immediately after the dispute. Virat said that De Villiers is the most honest and committed person in his eyes.
Virat commented on De Villiers's post, "My brother, you are the most honest and committed person in my eyes, I am sad to see that this happened to you but I stand with you and I have full confidence in you. It was also bad to see that some people are trying to take a peep into your personal life, love you and your beautiful family, and you and Anushka will always get support.
Former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh also supported the De Villiers. He wrote, "My dear friend, you are one of those Navaratanas with whom we have played cricket. Without you, there was not even a single opportunity for South Africa to win this World Cup! The bigger the player, the big criticism! We all know how many Gentlemen you are! Honor! "