Yuvraj Singh Returns, yes you read it right. Despite India’s poor performance in the T20 World Cup, former veteran all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has surprised everyone by indicating a return to the cricket field in February.
In an Instagram post on Monday night, the explosive left-handed batsman hinted at a comeback with a video of his aggressive century against England in 2017. He did not, however, specify which tournament or team he would be seen playing for. Read- This Player is Front Runner for T20 Captaincy
Past Yuvraj Singh Returns
Yuvraj, who returned to cricket after overcoming cancer, scored 150 runs in 127 balls with 21 fours and three sixes in this match in Cuttack (2017). Yuvraj’s final international century. Yuvraj Singh, the ODI World Cup 2011’s ‘Player of the Tournament,’ wrote in his post that God decides fate. On public demand, I will return to the pitch in February. Nothing could be better than this sensation. Thank you for your kindness and good wishes. This means a great deal to me. Always be there for others. The Indian team is our team, and it is the mark of a true fan that he supports the team even when times are tough.
Yuvraj Singh, the hero of the ODI World Cup-winning team in 2007, and the T20 World Cup-winning team in 2011, announced his retirement from cricket in 2019. Fans recall his six sixes in one over against Stuart Broad of England in the 2007 T20 World Cup. Yuvraj, after retiring, has been seen playing in the Global T20 League and the Road Safety League. Yuvraj did not specify which tournament he will compete in in this post. It is expected that he will participate in the ‘Road Safety Series (2022)’ once more.
According to sources close to him, he may play in a cricket league abroad. Yuvraj is now ‘trending’ on social media as a result of this announcement. Following the Indian team’s defeats to Pakistan and New Zealand in the ICC T20 World Cup, many fans on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram have demanded that he and Mahendra Singh Dhoni be re-inducted into the national team. Yuvraj made his international debut for India in ODIs against Kenya in October 2000, and he last played against the West Indies in June 2017.