Yuvraj Singh took retirement from international cricket

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Mumbai. Yuvraj Singh announced the retirement from international cricket on Monday. The pride of the Indian cricket team. Yuvraj, who was suffering from cancer on the verge of his game. He told to help cancer patients in the days to come.

While announcing his retirement at the Mumbai hotel, Yuvraj Singh said that “After spending 25 years between 22 yards and living in and out in 17 years international cricket career, I decided that now it is going to move forward. This game tells me how to fight, how to fall, remove dust, stand up and move on”.

Yuvraj Singh told reporters after the announcement in the discussion that after showing the reason behind the retirement, there was no reason for not getting convenience in the team and said that one should not get everything in life. I had thought last year that this IPL 2019 would be my last IPL. They talked about helping cancer victims in the coming days.

Awesome Cricket career

Yuvraj Singh has played 40 Test matches, 304 ODIs, and 58 T20 matches in his 17-year international cricket career. Yuvraj has scored 1900 runs on average of 33.9 with a strike rate of 58.00 in 62 innings in 40 Tests. It includes 3 centuries and 11 fifties. He played his final test in 2012.

Yuvraj has played 278 innings in 304 ODIs, in which he scored 8701 runs at a strike rate of 87.7 with an average of 36.5 runs. It includes 14 centuries and 52 half-centuries. The highest score is 150 runs. In 58 T20 matches, Yuvraj has scored 1177 runs at an average of 28 runs with a strike rate of 136.4. It includes 8 fifties.

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