Brisbane: After the retirement of South African team AB De Villiers, it is still clear that his captain has given the signal to say goodbye to cricket.
Now South African captain Faf Duplesis said Friday (November 16) that he can retire after the T20 World Cup in Australia.
South Africa have to play the only T20 match against Australia on Saturday.
The 34-year-old Du Plessis made a big announcement before the match. Cricket Australia (CA) has written from Du Plessis, “I am concentrating on playing in the 2020 T20 World Cup.
It is not far off. We will return here for him. Maybe it’s my last international tournament. “South Africa has recently defeated Australia 2-1 in the ODI series in his home country.
Du Plessis feels that the International Cricket Council (ICC) should pay attention to it. He said, “I can see in other teams like this. Most of the stronger teams are not on the field, while fans come to see the best players.”
He also said that, I want to see the game moving ahead, but the T20 World Cup is such that for which I am fully prepared.
Faf DuPlessis is now 34 years old. He twice captained his country in World T20 in 2014 and 2016. Du Plessis’s international career is just seven years old now.
He played his first Test and first T20 match in 2011 in the first ODI and 2012. In these seven years, he has played 54 Tests, 124 ODIs and 41 T20 matches. They play on IPL side Chennai Superkings.