Yuvraj Singh Announces His Retirement From International Cricket
Whenever we hear about Yuvraj Singh, all we remember is 6 consequent sixes of Yuvi that blew everyone’s mind. Yuvraj Singh is known as one of the finest cricketers in the world of cricket. He started playing cricket in 2003 and has gained all the fame and trust. And finally, the cricket has announced his retirement on 10, June 2019, Monday in Mumbai in a press conference.
There is no doubt that Yuvi is one of the strongest players and one of a very inspiring human being. Yuvraj Singh is the World Cup 2011 and World Cup T20 2007 hero who smashed the opponents with an explicit inning. The left-handed cricketer who had the caliber to destroy bowlers with his bat has finally decided to move on.
The cricketer has been one of the biggest match-winners and big-hitters the country has ever produced. To wish him all the luck, our captain, Virat Kohli took his Instagram and congratulated Yuvi for the journey. Back then, when Yuvraj first played his game against Australia and scored 83 runs against the giant bowlers like Brett Lee, Glenn Mcgrath, etc.
Sourav Ganguly was the one who nurtured him and helped him for being better. In the conference that was held in Mumbai, Yuvraj said, “After 25 years in and around the 22 yards and almost 17 years of international cricket on and off, I have decided to move on. This game taught me how to fight, how to fall, to dust off, to get up again and move forward.”
Yuvraj Singh wore the Indian team jersey in 2017 during a T20 match against England which India won by 74 runs.