Whereas all of the sporting actions internationally are at standstill as a consequence of coronavirus pandemic, former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has walked down the reminiscence lane to share the video of certainly one of his favorite photographs.
Taking to his official Instagram account, the 38-year-old shared a throwback video from certainly one of his Indian Premier League (IPL) matches by which he could possibly be seen smashing the supply over cowl for a six.
Within the video, Yuvraj could possibly be seen donning the jersey of Sunrisers Hyderabad and taking part in towards Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). He dubbed the shot as ‘one of many favorite photographs he has ever performed in his profession’.
“This needs to be certainly one of my favorite photographs in my profession I’ve performed ! A really troublesome shot to hit for a six over covers to a quick bowler . #iplmemories,” Yuvraj wrote.
Yuvraj, who final performed worldwide cricket in 2017, bid adieu to all types of worldwide cricket in June 2019 with 1,900 runs and 9 wickets in 40 Check matches. He additionally notched up 8,701 runs and 111 wickets in 304 ODIs, and 1,177 runs and 28 wickets in 58 T20Is.
Yuvraj first got here into the limelight on the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup in 2000 in Sri Lanka, when he was named Participant of the Event and made his worldwide debut on the ICC Champions Trophy in the identical yr.
He was named participant of the match on the 2011 World Cup performed in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, when he scored one century and 4 fifties for an mixture of 362 runs, whereas additionally grabbing 15 wickets.
After the World Cup, the previous Indian swashbuckling batsman was recognized with mediastinal seminoma, a germ-cell tumor positioned between his two lung, however made a return to worldwide cricket and likewise established a most cancers basis.
The left-handed was named in ICC’s ODI Workforce of the 12 months in 2006, 2009 and 2011 whereas his six sixes in an over gained him the ICC T20I Efficiency of the 12 months award in 2008.