AB de Villiers’ takes family for an auto ride in Bangalore


Team Udayavani, Apr 27, 2018, 4:26 PM IST

Bengaluru: South African star batsman AB de Villiers is in India playing in the eleventh series of the Indian Premier League (IPL) for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). He is with his family – wife and children and he is setting aside a little time to spend together. After their defeat against the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), chose to go out on a voyage through Bangalore with his family and to make the ride fun they went in an auto rickshaw. 

Presently Indians are entirely comfortable with this however a cricketer of the stature of AB in an auto is a truly exceptional thing. He even recorded a little video and a couple of fans managed to spot them. They took after his auto on their vehicles and were yelling “Ee sala cup namade” which is RCB fans motto for this IPL. It generally means the cup is ours. 

De Villiers swung to his children and his wife and additionally kid rehashed “Ee sala cup namade” after him. He said that we are on an auto ride in Namma Bengaluru. In the interim, the fans tailing them needed to take a photograph in the midst of the moving auto. One of them nearly got down from the bike to click a selfie. RCB surely have extremely energetic fans who have throughout the years.

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