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Yuvraj Singh Likely to Play t20 Overseas?

Well the Left Handed Batsman, Yuvraj Singh has dedicated some of his classic innings to the country and the team. The Veteran has been through a rough patch ever since he was diagnosed of Cancer. He was a star performer in 2011 World Cup though he was suffering from a deadly disease. He came back stronger and started playing for the country. By then his saturation started and Team India had lot many replacement and talented players. Yuvi recently striked 150 runs in the One Day International against England. It was a treat to watch him bat like that. His beloved friend, Mahendra Singh Dhoni batted along with him and he too scored a century.  Yuvi has battled Cancer and started a foundation name “YWC” that stands for “You We Can”. He has made it his brand which he has stuck it on his bat. He has been helping those who are suffering from cancer and it is such a great initiative. Hats off to Yuvi!

Yuvraj Singh is a legend! But to the fact that age is concerned, he is not able to make it to the One International Team.  He represented Mumbai Indians in this 2019 Indian Premier League. His form was again questioned by the selectors and the franchise owners. He dint get to play many matches. Despite his presence in the team, they could manage to win the title.

Well, the passionate cricketer doesn’t want to give when it comes to cricket. He wants to retire from all formats of the game and play other t20 leagues. Just like those Carribean, Australian t20 leagues. He might approach BCCI to put down his papers. He says he has got many offers from different leagues. He wants to play and rectify his mistakes and come back stronger.  

Irfan Pathan, a legendary left arm pacer has sent a draft to Carribean Cricket League but BCCi denies his request. “Irfan was told to withdraw his name from the draft. As far as Yuvraj is concerned, we need to check the rules. Even if he retires from first class cricket, he will still be an active T20 player registered under BCCI. The rule needs to be checked,” a senior BCCI functionary said.