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'Thank You For Uncountable Memories' , Twitterverse Appreciate Yuvraj Singh After He Hung Up His Boots From International Cricket

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Published:

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  • One of the pioneers of India's glorious triumphs in the ICC World T20 in 2007 and ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from International Cricket
  • The veteran all-rounder took to Twitter and wrote about the game which had made him what he is today

One of the pioneers of India's glorious triumphs in the ICC World T20 in 2007 and ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from International Cricket on Monday and thereby brought curtains down on his almost two-decade remarkable career.

While the cricketing fraternity congratulated him on social media on a successful journey and wished him luck for future endeavours, the veteran all-rounder also took to Twitter and wrote about the game which had made him what he is today. At the same time, Yuvi also posted a video where he can be seen with his jersey which had helped him in achieving his goals. He can then be seen taking one good look at his jersey before walking away which clearly indicates that he will never be wearing it to the field ever again.

Read Yuvraj's tweet and also watch the video right here.

 

 Twitterverse came forward to thank Yuvraj Singh for all the wonderful memories which he had given them during his playing days.

READ : You Will Go Down As One Of The Greatest Players In The History Of The Game', VVS Laxman Acknowledges Yuvraj Singh On A Remarkable Cricketing Career

Meanwhile, Yuvi's former team-mates had also acknowledged him after he had hung up his boots.

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar congratulated Yuvi and wished him luck for his 2nd innings. At the same time, the batting legend had also posted an image of him and Yuvi holding the World Cup trophy which India had won in 2011 after a long wait of 28 years.

VVS Laxman took to social media and said that Yuvraj will go down as one of the greatest players in the history of the game.

READ: After Yuvraj Singh Announces His Retirement From International Cricket, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar Wishes Him Luck For His 2nd Innings

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