India has produced several cricket talents over the years. Some of them are batter, bowler, and all-rounder. Till now, Yuvraj Singh is India’s most responsible all-rounder. On the big stages, his contribution is unmissable. On December 12, on the occasion of Yuvraj Singh’s birthday, ICC posted an excellent video to give him tribute. The video contained unforgettable moments of his career. Fans get emotional after watching this. 

A Tribute from ICC:

Yuvraj Singh, the superstar of Indian cricket has given a lot of moments to cherish. Right from the start of his career, he was one of the most stylish all-rounders on the team. His versatility made him different from others. The career of this superstar is a glorious chapter of Indian cricket. Unquestionably, he is the best match-winner for Team India for years. 

This Southpaw served Team India almost for two decades. These two decades of his career are even more than inspiring. Making a debut as a youngster to make India win the 2011 World Cup fighting cancer, Yuvraj Singh came a long way. On his birthday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) gave him a tribute through a video. That video contained six sixes innings against England to the sensational knock in the 2011 World Cup semifinal and many more. Fans are celebrating that video by reliving those moments.

Yuvraj Singh, Another Name of Courage:

Yuvraj Singh is a gem of Indian cricket. From a youngster to a World Cup-winning team member, he walked a long way. In this career span, there was a lot of highs and lows. Till now, he is the best match-winner. He has proved that multiple times. Many times, he single-handedly dragged the team to win. He represented India in 402 international games. He scored 17 centuries, took 148 wickets, and took 137 catches. 

There is an uncountable number of innings of Yuvraj Singh to cherish. He played a sensational innings at the Natwest final in 2002. In that match, India had to chase a giant total of 326 rums. India lost quick wickets. At those crucial points, Mohammad Kaif and Yuvraj Singh held control of the innings. Yuvraj Played a quickfire knock of 69 runs in 63 balls. In the crucial moment, that knock gave relief to India’s innings. Mohammad Kaif ended the match and India won the Natwest final by 2 wickets.    

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