Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh sets to retire from international cricket

Veteran Indian all-rounder Yuvraj singh is truly planning for retirement from international cricket and seek an independent career in ICC affirmed outside Twenty20 leagues.

Yuvraj Singh

The left-handed batsman would settle on an official conclusion just in the event that he gets permission from the BCCI. It has been discovered that Yuvraj has grappled with the way that he is probably not going to play for India.

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“Yuvraj is considering bailing from international and first-class cricket. He might want to address the BCCI and get more clarity on carrying out his specialty in competitions like GT20 (Canada), Euro T20 Slam in Ireland and Holland as he has offers,” a BCCI source quoted.

With age, fitness and even form not in his side, Yuvraj may have played his last international match and if BCCI gives him the consent to play other T20 groups, the fans probably won’t see him even in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He has been getting offers from Globat T20 Canada and Euro T20 Slam in Ireland and Holland too and needs greater clearness from the board to play in these league.

Yuvraj played for the franchise Mumbai Indians in this year’s IPL and won the trophy with them. He started IPL with a sign of great form as he picked a fifty against Delhi Capitals. But after that, his form dried down and he passed rest of the tournament warming the bench.

The 2011 ICC World Cup Player of the Tournament, Yuvraj Singh played 304 ODIs, 40 Tests and 58 T20Is for India. He performed well in every format of the game and also played a big role for India to win the ICC T20 World Cup trophy in 2007.

Yuvraj played his last international match against West Indies in an ODI on June 30,2017. He made 39 runs from 55 balls in that match.


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