King of Six 6s announced his retirement
Yuvraj Singh, a left-handed all-rounder in the Indian Cricket team Announced his retirement. His career started with the 2003 ODI Test Match. He played for India for a span of 25 years.
37-years-old Yuvraj Singh said in a conference in Mumbai that he finally made his decision for a retirement.
“It’s was a great rollercoaster ride and beautiful story but it has to come to an end. It was the right time to go.
Looking back to Yuvi’s unforgettable journey
Well, his Six 6s in one over against England 2007 World 20-20 remains unbeatable. He set the highest record for ‘Fastest Fifty’ in 20-20 internationals and the score was 50/12. Yuvi became the first player to take five wickets and 50 runs in the same world cup match and won the title of ‘The Man Of The Tournament 2011’
Battle with Cancer
Yuvraj Singh’s battle with cancer kept him out of the game for a while. His comeback after a 4-year break in the field, with a series against England in 2017 with Virat Kohli’s first as a full-time Captain.
Yuvraj was on a tour against West Indies right after the Champions Trophy in 2017, where he ended up playing his last ODI for India. Since then, he has made occasional domestic appearances for Punjab and has been a squad player in the last two seasons of the IPL.