It's over one year after the all-rounder of India hanged its boots and gave goodbye to the game that made it the heart-stroke of the entire country. Yuvraj Rap, even as Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are today, was a household brand. Even in the most difficult circumstances, the former Punjab batsman would win matches alone in India.
The winner of two world cups caught the blood and gave the nation everything in 2011. The southpaw was beating, fielding, snuggling and all excellent for ensuring that 28 long years later the golden trophy comes home.
For his performance Yuvraj Singh was awarded Man-of-the-Series, but as destiny, he was diagnosed with cancer shortly after he raised his cup.
Yuvraj Singh certainly made the roaring comeback. He scored his highest ODI, but was never able to permanently cement his place in the team. On June 10, 2019, following a long wait and selection ignorance, Yuvraj ended his sparkling career. 304 ODIs, 48 T20Is, and 40 test matches for India were performed by the born Chandigarh.
Yuvraj played in several international leagues after his retirement. In the Global T20 and then Abu Dhabi T20 Competition, the swashbuckling was included.