IPL: 5 players Delhi Capitals (DC) regret not retaining

The last time they had such a season was back in 2012, where they finished top of the table.

2. AB de Villiers

AB de Villiers
AB de Villiers. (Photo: IANS)

No batsman gives the bowler a harder time than an on-song AB de Villiers. He makes them think as much they can, yet manages to outwit them with ease. Apart from all the mind games, he has all the power and skill to play mind-boggling shots all over the ground, which is why the fans call him Mr. 360.

His time with the Royal Challengers has simply been astounding, but the Delhi franchise letting him go after the 2010 season made very little sense, as that was the time when he was at his peak. The Proteas stalwart joined RCB in the 2011 season, after scoring 672 runs for the club in his three seasons. His best season for Delhi came in 2009 when the tournament was conducted in his home country, South Africa.


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