Former India cricketer Yuvraj Singh will at all times be revered title within the historical past of cricket. He performed a vital function in India’s victory on the 2007 World T20. Yuvraj didn’t cease his heroics and was instrumental in making India win the 2011 World Cup the place he was named the person of the event. However, it was later revealed that Yuvraj had most cancers and can have to take a while off for therapy.
His profession was by no means the identical as Yuvraj got here out and in of the staff. In an interview with Sports Tak, Yuvraj talked about his choice within the staff and it took place. He stated that captain MS Dhoni had no choice but to pick him as he was performing properly and Suresh Raina was not in nice contact.
“The Australian coach at that came to me and had asked if there was a fibre behind my behind and asked if it was legal. Has the match referee checked it? So I told him to get it checked. Even Gilchrist asked me like who used to make our bats,” Yuvraj stated.
“So match referee had also checked my bat. But honestly, that bat was very special for me. I have never played with a bat like that. That one and the 2011 World Cup bat, there were special.”
“Suresh Raina had a larger support then because MS used to back him. Every captain has a favourite player and I think Mahi really backed Raina at that time. Yusuf Pathan was also performing well at that time and even I was doing well and was also picking wickets. And Raina was not in a good touch then. They did not have a left-arm spinner at that time and I was picking wickets so they did not have any choice.”
Yuvraj lately took to Instagram to troll former England batsman after the latter referred to his notorious ‘pie chucker’ remark. Yuvraj Singh poked enjoyable at Kevin Pietersen’s social media publish on Thursday after the England batsman posted a video of his change hit with the caption – “Just dealing with pies, @englandcricket. The original switch hits @kp24,” he wrote as caption to the publish.
Replying to the publish, Yuvraj Singh wrote: “Well sometimes u slip on those pies too.”