Faf du Plessis recreates a three-year-old picture with his daughter in Croatia
Faf Du Plessis posted an adorable picture with his daughter on Instagram.
Updated - Jul 12, 2021 6:17 pm
South African cricketing legend Faf du Plessis is surely having some good fun away from the cricketing arena. Du Plessis is currently on a holiday with his wife and child in Croatia, and the ace cricketer is having the time of his life.
Du Plessis has posted some photos with his family on Instagram and has given a sneak peek into his holiday in Croatia to his fans. But then, what caught the eye of social media was his post with his daughter.
Du Plessis posted an adorable picture with his daughter and stated in the caption that, three years ago in 2018, when he was holidaying in Bali, he had taken a similar picture with his little kid.
“This picture is so special to me, as we took one exactly like this with Amélie in Bali 2018 when she was a baby. Family holidays are the best !!,” du Plessis captioned the Instagram post.
You can see the post from Faf du Plessis below
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Faf du Plessis suffered an injury during the PSL
Faf Du Plessis suffered a concussion when he was playing for the Quetta Gladiators side in their match against the Peshawar Zalmi outfit. He had collided with one of his teammates, and as a result, the right-handed batsman had to return home after the incident.
Faf du Plessis was also seen in action during the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Turning out for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), du Plessis was in raging form in the 2021 IPL season.
At the time of suspension of the tournament, he had aggregated 320 runs from 7 innings at an average of 64.00, and an excellent strike rate of 145.45. Du Plessis’ excellent run with the bat played a crucial role in the Chennai side finishing at the 2nd place in the points table at the time of suspension of the tournament.
Faf Du Plessis is the 5th highest run-scorer for South Africa in T20I cricket and has piled up 1466 runs at an average of 36.65, and a strike rate of 134.24.