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AB de Villiers retirement a blow to World Cup bid: Ottis Gibson

Zee News Monday, 28 May 2018
Coach Ottis Gibson admitted on Monday that the retirement from international cricket of AB de Villiers was a blow to South Africa's hopes of winning the Cricket World Cup next year.
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