Yuvraj Singh Announced Retirement From International Cricket.
One of the greatest finisher of the game, left handed stylish batsman Yuvraj Singh announced retirement from International cricket and IPL.
He called for a press conference on Monday, 10 June 2019 and made the announcement in Mumbai, saying that he has decided to move on after playing 25 years of cricket.
“It was a love, hate relationship with the game and this game taught me to fight and never give up.”
Yuvraj Singh 37, was player of the tournament when India won the 2011 Cricket World Cup and also played a key role in India’s 2007 T20 World Cup triumph.
Yuvi finished with playing 40 tests, 304 ODIs and 58 T20 Internationals.
He will be always remembered for hitting 6 sixes in an over against England in the 2007 T20 World Cup.
He was diagnosed with Lung Cancer in 2011, but the fighter that he is, fought against all odds and made his comeback in the International cricket.
He is the only cricketer to play Under 15, Under 19, T20 and 50 over World cup.
Yuvi retires with over 11000 International runs and 148 International wickets across all formats of the game.
- 399 India Caps
- 17 International Hundreds
- 6 sixes in an over
- Player of the tournament at #CWC11