Explosive Yuvraj Singh might be playing last IPL in this season of his career
Yuvraj Singh will be hoping for an IPL franchise after he was released from King XI Punjab. The unofficial former all-rounder of India passed a miserable IPL campaign last year.
One of finest middle order batsman of India, struggling from several years. At this age and current times, the auction is going to hard for him. His fellow successful left-hand batsman already hangs up his bat. But there is an advantage of Yuvraj Singh can play explosive innings in any time. He never minds that he is now on 37.
India’s 2007 ICC World T20 and 2011 ICC World Cup-winning hero, Yuvraj Singh celebrated his 37th birthday on Wednesday (December 12th). But he has worries about his IPL auction and hoping for the best.
Yuvraj has been failed to score at no. 4 which was his key off him one day. But Yuvraj Singh may have slight chance to play World Cup next year in England. Because his absence in previous World Cup India paid for it.
After coming back from death, seems like he had lost his consistent throughout the day. But he used played the big shot as well.
Yuvraj Singh debuted in T-20 cricket in 2007 against Scotland. The veteran all-rounder played 58 matches in T-20 cricket and succeed to score more than a thousand runs. Also picked up 28 wickets at the average of 17.82. He has 8 fifties and 77 highest score in T-20 cricket. In 2017 played his last international T-20 match against West Indies.
The big name of T-20 cricket might be last IPL for him. Cricket will remember him forever for his outstanding world record show in 2007 T-20 World Cup against England. He hits six sixes in a single over of Stuart Broad.
After increasing chronological age Yuvraj losing his anticipation of hitting the ball. His fellow batsman Gautam Gambhir already announced his retirement.
But Yuvraj Singh is big match players as well as a true fighter. Hope he comes back with renewed energy. But time will tell about his future career.