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Joe Root hails 'freakish' AB De Villiers as South Africa great bows out

Zee News Thursday, 24 May 2018
England captain Joe Root said AB de Villiers had done "freakish things" after the South Africa great surprised the cricket world by announcing his international retirement on Wednesday.
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