Video: AB de Villiers funniest run-outs of all time against Zimbabwe

It would appear that the South African skipper AB de Villiers got on the verge of excessively anxious in the continuous One Day International match against Zimbabwe, bringing about one of the most interesting run-outs ever. He cut a ball sliding towards leg off the knocking down some pins of Prosper Utseya and began running for a run, believing that the ball had gone past the wicket-guardian, Richmond Mutumbami.

In any case, to right hander's wretchedness, the ball had fallen right beside Mutumbami after he had neglected to gather it appropriately on the first endeavor. When De Villiers understood this, it was past the point of no return, as the gloveman had lifted the jumble, to run the batsman out serenely.




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