‘Please stop wearing that shirt immediately’: AB de Villiers asks RCB’s ‘bad omen’ | Cricket News


New Delhi: Former South African and Royal Challengers Bangalore cricketer AB de Villiers The former all-rounder of New Zealand and Chennai Super Kings has requested Scott Styris Stop wearing RCB jersey.
The Bengaluru-based franchise is struggling in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 season, with just two points from seven matches, placing them at the bottom of the table.

Styris, who was seen wearing RCB jersey during match days, is now being considered as a bad omen for the team. In response to Styris' post, De Villiers commented, “Please stop wearing that shirt immediately!!!”

However, Styris has challenged De Villiers by announcing that he will stop wearing the RCB shirt for the team's upcoming matches once the South African legend agrees to wear the Chennai Super Kings shirt.

“I said I would wear the shirt. It's been a bad omen. I'm a bad mascot for RCB, which is pleasant from my point of view. So I'm up for the challenge,” the former New Zealand all-rounder said. To AB de Villiers because he says it's time I stopped wearing shirts. If de Villiers wears a CSK shirt once, I will stop wearing the shirt for RCB matches in the last week of the playoffs.”

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Former England captain Eoin Morgan, who was part of the show, agreed with Styris that the counter challenge to de Villiers was 'appropriate'.
RCB's latest blow came against Sunrisers Hyderabad, who set a new IPL record for the highest score by scoring 287-3 on Monday. This match also saw the highest total of any T20 match, with a total of 549 runs.
Also see: IPL 2024 points table
Despite the valiant efforts of Virat Kohli, Faf du Plessis and Dinesh KarthikRCB fell behind by 25 runs, handing them their sixth defeat of the season.

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