CPL 2022: When Proteas batting great AB de Villiers called it quits from all forms of the game, Dewald Brevis announced his arrival in the sport and made instant impact.
The youngster is popularly known as “Baby ABD” because of his sheer ability to play a fearless brand of cricket. His style of play is quite similar to that of AB de Villiers.
Fans started to admire his gameplay to the core. The youngster plays for Mumbai Indians in the cash-rich Indian Premier League.
The right-handed batsman has showed great signs of aggression and potential so far. The 19-year-old Johannesburg-born is well and truly destined for greatness.
Meanwhile, Dewald Brevis is currently playing for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in the ongoing edition of the Caribbean Premier League.
Recently, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots locked horns with Trinbago Knight Riders in the 26th game of the CPL at Providence Stadium, Guyana.
CPL 2022: Dewald Brevis hits 5 sixes in a row
During the game between SNP and TKR, Dewald Brevis showcased his big-hitting skills. The right-handed batter hogged the limelight after he hit 5 sixes in a row.
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Brevis who came out to play in the middle-order played only 6 balls. His stay was only short at the crease but he scored an unbeaten 30 runs at a strike-rate of 500.
Sherfane Rutherford was the pick of the batters as he scored 78 off 50 balls. He smashed a flurry of six boundaries and five hits over the fence.
SNP posted 163 for the loss of six wickets in their allotted quota of 20 overs. In reply, Trinbago Knight Riders posted 156/7 in 20 overs and lost the game by 7 runs.
Sherfane Rutherford was named the man of the match. He said, “It worked well for us to bat first. It was a difficult wicket to start on. I told myself that I would take some time and it went well for me. It was a big catch [Pollard’s wicket]. As a team, we always celebrate every wicket like it is our last.
“I was calm and enjoyed the game. I played a lot of cricket around the world and that helps me keep calm. It has helped me with crowds and with playing under pressure,” he added.