RCB batsman De Villiers said - ready to bowl with the bat to win the title for the team, Bengaluru able to defeat any team

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) batsman AB de Villiers said that he is also willing to bowl with the bat to win the IPL title to the team. He has also told team captain Virat Kohli that he is also ready to bowl for the team if needed.

De Villiers said that this season we have the best players in the world. In such a situation, we have the strength to defeat any team. We have players like Aaron Finch, Moin Ali, Adam Jampa, Joshua Phillippe.

I enjoy bowling: de Villiers

De Villiers said that I always joke with Virat. I told him two days ago that if I want to bowl with me in the interest of the team, then I am available for it. Look, I've never been a good bowler, but I enjoy bowling. I am ready to bowl at full capacity.

De Villiers has taken wickets in international cricket

De Villiers is a right-handed medium pace bowler. He has taken 2 wickets in Tests and 7 in ODIs. Recently, the captain of the team, Kohli said that RCB has the most balanced team after 2016. In such a situation there will be no need to bowl with de Villiers.

'Philip plays to me to a great extent'

The RCB batsman praised Australia's young wicket-keeper batsman Joshua Phillip and said that Philip has done better this summer season. Childhood memories were refreshed upon seeing Philip play. When I was younger, I used to play like Philip. There is a lot of similarity between Philip and me.

Philip was bought by Bangalore for a base price of Rs 20 lakhs.

Philip was bought by RCB at a base price of 20 lakh rupees. Philip has played 32 T20s so far and has scored 798 runs at an average of over 33. It consists of 7 half-centuries. At the same time, Phillip was the third-highest run-scorer in the Big Bash League last season. He scored 487 runs in 16 matches.

RCB still did not win the title even after reaching the Arrow Bar final

Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will play their first match against Sunrisers Hyderabad on 21 September this season. RCB has played the finals three times (2009, 2011, and 2016) out of the 12 seasons of IPL. During this time 6 players took command of the team, but no one could make them champions.