Yuvraj Singh, widely regarded as one of the greatest limited overs batsmen of all time, announced his retirement from international cricket with immediate effect on June 10, 2019, in a press conference. The former vice-captain of the Indian team enjoyed a 17-year long career with the Indian team which saw him become an integral part of the unit for a long time.
He fought and won against injuries, the worst of which was to his knee that hampered his fielding and the worst of all was his battle with cancer after the 2011 World Cup triumph, that permanently set back his career many years and though he made comebacks into the team many times after recovering from cancer, he was a shadow of his former self.
He played the best of the best in their prime and scored runs all over the globe. His Test career might not have been a fulfilling one, but his ODI and T20I career for Indian team was a huge success. He played 40 Tests and scored 1900 runs with three centuries and the best score of 169.
In 304 ODI matches, he made 8701 runs with 14 centuries and a best of 150. He also picked 111 wickets in ODIs, with a best of 5/31. In 58 T20Is, he made 1177 runs with 8 half-centuries and the best score of 77*.
Paying tribute to one of the greatest match-winner Indian team ever had, Team COC presents to you five of the best moments of the international career of the one and only Yuvraj Singh.
Check out the top 5 best moments from the career of the amazing Yuvraj Singh