Stuart Broad wishes ‘legend’ Yuvraj Singh on his international retirement
India won the inaugural edition of the T20 World Cup under the captaincy of MS Dhoni. However, the recently retired cricketer, Yuvraj Singh was one of the main reasons behind their victory. He scored 148 runs in 6 games at an average of 29.60 with the highest knock of 70 against Australia.
But, his destructive knock came against England at Durban. After the excellent start from the openers, it was Yuvraj Singh who capitalized the good start. He was in tremendous form as he scored half-century from just 12 balls. Yuvraj ended up the innings with 58 off just 16 balls with the help of three boundaries and seven sixes. His brilliant knock helped his team to win the game by 18 runs.
It was England’s Stuart Broad had a bad day. After had words with Andrew Flintoff, Yuvraj launched his attack on youngster Broad. The right-arm pacer had tried to vary his lengths, but Yuvraj did not show mercy to him.
While Stuart Broad is England’s main pacer in the longest format of the game, Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from the international cricket. Yuvraj made his international debut against Kenya in 2000. Since then, he has played 40 Tests, 304 ODIs and 58 T20Is in his international career.
In the meantime, Broad uploaded a picture with Yuvi and mentioned “Enjoy retirement Legend @yuvisofficial” in his caption.