Cricket World Cup 2015

AB flops against Ireland!

2015-03-03 08:42
AB de Villliers walks off the field after being dismissed against India in a Pool B Cricket World Cup match.

Canberra - South Africa skipper AB de Villiers was dismissed for just 24 against Ireland on Tuesday, unable to repeat his epic innings from his last Cricket World Cup game.

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De Villiers made 162 off 66 balls against the West Indies in Sydney last week but against Ireland he lasted just nine balls before he was dismissed, caught by Niall O'Brien off Andy McBrine having hit a four and two sixes.

When he was out, South Africa were flying at 301 with both Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis making centuries.

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