It has been one year since Yuvraj Singh retired from international cricket. The Indian all rounder has achieved many heights throughout his sporting career and is one of the greatest match winner that India has ever produced. Yuvraj is known for his passion and dedication for the game. The man who kept his country and flag above his health.
Yuvraj Singh is one of stalwarts of Indian Cricket. His records speak for himself. No matter in what situation India lie there was hope until Yuvraj is on the crease that’s why after his retirement India failed to find his proper replacement. Yuvraj Singh played a key role in India’s two World Cup Wins. The cricketer is remembered for 6 sixes against Stuart Broad in ICC T20 World Cup 2007 and his phenomenal run in ICC World Cup 2011 and went on to become Man Of The Tournament.
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The young gun when first time went into bat back in 2000, he captured everyone’s eye with his hitting ability against might Australian Bowlers Glen McGrath & Brett Lee. The cricketer was an all rounder in every way possible, a bowler who could bowl pretty good and give breakthroughs, a fantastic batsman and a stupendous fielder.
But the legend of Yuvraj Singh began in NatWest Series, one of the historic win for team India where Yuvraj along with Mohammed Kaif stole away victory from England and laid it to Sourav Ganguly’s Lap. Since then Yuvraj has been a foundation for India’s each and every. An asset for the captain and the nation, Yuvraj will always be remembered for fighting back spirit.
After 2011 World Cup Yuvraj Singh was diagnosed with Cancer, when people give up infront of this deadly disease, Yuvraj became an inspiration for millions of Indians. The legend not only defeated the deadly disease but also made a comeback into the team.
The God of Cricket Sachin Tendulkar shares a very good bond with Yuvraj he tweeted, “It’s been a year since You(Vi) retired..My first memory of you was during the Chennai camp & I couldn’t help but notice that you were very athletic & deceptively quick at Point. I needn’t talk about your 6 hitting ability, it was evident you could clear any ground in the world.”
It’s been a year since You(Vi) retired..
My first memory of you was during the Chennai camp & I couldn’t help but notice that you were very athletic & deceptively quick at Point. I needn’t talk about your 6 hitting ability, it was evident you could clear any ground in the world. pic.twitter.com/QNpZEQ4vel
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) June 10, 2020
Fans wished Yuvraj Singh on first anniversary of his retirement and for his well being and started trending #MissYouYuvi on twitter
19 years, 402 matches, 11,778 runs, 17-100s, 71-50s
Hero of 2011 World Cup.
Legend never retire. You will remain in our heart. If world against yuvi then i am against the world. Celebrating yuvi paji's 1st year of retirement. Luv u ❤️❤️paji @YUVSTRONG12 #MissYouYuvi pic.twitter.com/7ws8TdIuca
— RAHUL RAJ (@Rahulstm08) June 10, 2020
My world turned upside down last year on this very same day for me u are my god of cricket. It was hard to digest the fact that i will never be able to see you again play in the blues. Then again u are my hero and i will be there by ur side always champ @YUVSTRONG12 #MissYouYuvi pic.twitter.com/kHzZCSNVF4
— yuvivijay entryda (@Yuvivijay11) June 10, 2020