Will Miss You Yuvi
Yuvraj Singh, the left-hand batsman who can able turn any matches into the positive manner, he didn’t allow bowlers to sleep peacefully in the night during his heydays. Well, today the Indian all-rounder announced his retirement and its very painful news for his fans as well as the lover of the gentleman sport.
He played like a Superman in numerous situations for the country and clinched victories which were supposed to be impossible. The match between India vs England, in the famous 2002 NatWest Trophy final, was one of the best examples for this, when Yuvraj Singh and Mohammad Kaif took the responsibility and fought hard to get the victory
Yuvraj not only inspired people from his batting and bowling abilities but he also showed how to fight back from any deadly situations. He faced the deadly disease – cancer, he did not lose his heart and came back like a boss to the international cricket after those unwanted which came to his life when he was at the supreme form of his career.
In the 2011 World Cup, the sportsman performed in a way which you cannot able to explain in words. He delivered every time whenever the captain asked him. He delivered with his batting as well as bowling skills, he stood like a rock whenever the team required a partnership, whenever the team needs to score runs quickly he smashed ball every area of the ground and presented the best finishes, whenever there is a need of wicket or to break a partnership Yuvraj came with his amazing bowling skills and delivered and that’s why he’s called ‘The Man With The Golden Arms‘.
At the end of the tournament, after the long 28 years, India became the champion of the world and that was a dream come true night for the billions of the nation as well as for the Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar. Yuvraj Singh was named as the ‘Player of the Tournament’ as well.
There are many other situations which we cannot able to forget Yuvraj Singh’s abilities because a single inning or tournament would be less to showcase his remarkable career. He is not limited in the batting and bowling departments, as a fielder, he showed the supremacy with electrifying catches and watchful fielding.
One last image of this talented player was hitting Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over in the T20 world cup in 2007, and he proved that he is a superstar of the T20, India took the World Cup of T20 in that year and this player played a vital role in that tournament as well.
Now when he announces retirement, its really hard to accept and no one can forget his performances and the character. I really feel very bad and sorry to BCCI and the selectors of the Indian cricket team, as Yuvi did not even have a single chance since 2017 and now when he announced his retirement we cannot able to see him in a farewell match or for one last time before he leaves from the international cricket.
At this point of time, I would like to say thanks to IPL franchise – Mumbai Indians to bring Yuvi into the squad and we hope that he will deliver more outstanding innings in the future Indian Premier League matches. I would like to wish all the very best in for his future and I believe that Yuvi can able to contribute more for the game through his ideas as well as support to the youngsters of the nation.
I will miss you Yuvi and you will always keep a special place in my heart and thank you so much for the contributions to the game.