Yuvraj Singh: Yuvraj Singh is a sensation in Indian cricket. One of the match winners, King of Sixers, great all-rounder, one warrior,
Yuvraj Singh: Yuvraj Singh is a sensation in Indian cricket. One of the match winners, the King of Sixers, a great all-rounder, a warrior, a fighter player, has saved the team from trouble on more than one occasion. Yuvraj Singh was born on December 12, 1981 and is 40 years old today. Announces retirement from international cricket. However, the player who will replace him has not been in the team so far.
Not only hitting 6 sixes in 6 balls in a row or making the fastest half-century off 12 balls in International T20. In it his name is spotted. But apart from this there are some crazy moments related to him. He is number one in it. This gives him the title of a true fighting warrior. No one else knows as much as he does how to win a match. You can learn a lot from Yuvraj Singh.
Yuvraj Singh became the first player to score over 50 runs and take 5 wickets in the World Cup. He is the only Indian spinner to take 5 wickets in the World Cup. Apart from this, he was the only Indian spinner to take 4 wickets twice in the World Cup. Yuvraj Singh is the only player in the world to have played in 7 ICC Finals. He became the youngest Indian to win the Man of the Match award at ICC tournaments. He achieved this feat when he was just 18 years old.
Only player to win Man of the Match in ICC 3 Knockout Tournaments. He is the only Indian to win 4 Man of the Match awards at the World Cup. Yuvraj Singh is the only player to score over 350 and take 15 wickets in the World Cup tournament. He scored a half century in the last 4 overs of the T20 match. Speaking about Yuvraj’s ODI career, he is the only player to score a maximum of 7 centuries while playing in 5th position.
Played 304 ODIs for India. He scored 8701 runs at an average of 36.55 with 14 centuries and 52 fifties. He also played 40 Tests and 58 T20s for India. He scored 1900 runs in Tests and 1177 runs in T20s for India. Yuvraj Singh is the biggest hero behind India’s victory in the 2011 World Cup. But after that tournament this hero had to fight cancer. Treated in America. He came back into cricket after battling cancer. But his performance is not the same as before. The fighter, who played his last international match in 2017, has announced his retirement.