Former Indian cricket star all-rounder Yuvraj Singh is still remembered around the world for hitting six sixes off six balls. However, Yuvraj Singh is now in so much pain that he could not find his dream place in the Indian cricket team.
Yuvraj Singh-MS Dhoni
Former Indian cricket star all-rounder Yuvraj Singh is still remembered around the world for hitting six sixes off six balls. However, Yuvraj Singh is now in so much pain that he could not find his dream place in the Indian cricket team. Yuvraj was expected to captain the Indian team during the 2007 T20 World Cup. But his dream was shattered when MS Dhoni was announced as the captain instead.
MS Dhoni and his team won the first season of the T20 World Cup brilliantly. For Yuvraj Singh, it was a memorable World Cup. He hit six sixes in one over off bowler Stuart Broad in the match against England. His achievement created a thrilling memory for cricket fans around the world.
According to media reports, Yuvraj Singh made some open remarks in a conversation. That said, India had lost the 50-over World Cup. OK? I mean, there was a lot of upheaval in Indian cricket at that time. It was followed by a two-month tour of England, as well as a month-long tour of South Africa and Ireland. When one month was the T20 World Cup. Thus he had to play cricket away from home for a total of four months.
That said, the senior players thought of taking a break. Naturally no one took the T20 World Cup so seriously at the time. I was hoping that I would be made the captain of India in the T20 World Cup. It was later announced that Mahendra Singh Dhoni would be the captain of the team.
Captain needs support whatever happens, UV
Speaking on his relationship with Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh said that he had no differences with the former captain. “Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either,” he said. Whether it is Rahul, Sourav Ganguly or anyone else in the future. At the end of the day you want to be a team man and I was like that.
Taking a break from the senior players, Zaheer Khan also told me that I should also rest. It’s a long journey. I remember, the first match was between West Indies and South Africa. In that match, Gayle scored 55 off 50 balls. Zaheer then texted me and said, “Thank you, I’m not playing the tournament.” But when we managed to win the tournament, he said, oh no! I shouldn’t have rested.