Yuvraj Singh pays tribute to four ‘greatest left-handed legends’ of cricket


Yuvraj Singh was heeded as an extremely destructive man with the bat against every opposition during his cricketing days, there is a rationale behind the terror created by the left-hander.

The left-hander’s dedication on the cricket arena is magnificent, he would have given his all in a match. Yuvraj on-field fidelity and created a knack of winning matches for India. 

Apart from this, his fielding is known among the most remarkable one, he would lunge to save runs, and attempt to take catches every time ball took a flight.

When Yuvraj bowls with his mysterious moves, he always looks ahead to break the ongoing partnerships and yearn to grab a  wicket or two. Yuvraj, lifting the bat was as deadly as they appear.

Did you remember what Yuvraj did to the seamer Stuart Broad 2007 T20 World Cup?

Undoubtedly, cricket lover must remember about that magnificent inning by the left-hander, was Yuvraj Singh knocked the England seamer Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over, after an argument with the seamer. This happened during the 2007 T20 World Cup and is though recognized as one of his best innings.

Yuvraj Singh pays tribute to four ‘greatest left-handed legends’ of cricket

Few Remarkable Innings By Yuvraj:-

In 2002, against England from a perilous situation, Yuvraj had, moreover helped India with his amazing batting to win the Natwest Trophy final. 

Glory comes those who deserve, many awards under his name for his magnificent performance on the ground. That’s the reason in the 2007 T20 World Cup-winning campaign, Yuvraj was awarded India’s MVP with the bat. 

In the 2011 ODI World Cup, Yuvraj also showed all-round his abilities on the ground, after which India heaved the prestigious cup. He was also the named man of the tournament in that series

However, throughout his long cricket career with many records under his name, he also created many remarkable innings with several talents from all over the globe. Yuvraj played alongside various extremely proficient left-handers. 

Whom he gave Tribute on The International Left-Handers Day?

Cricket lover can anticipate these names quickly. On the International Left-Handers Day, that has been celebrated on Thursday, the man with contentious batting style Yuvraj reimbursed tributes to four best left-handed batsmen he played within his cricket journey.

Peeking on the list, Yuvraj comprised Brian Lara, the West Indies’ batsman, Australia’s treasures Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden and “Dada” the former Indian captain and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly. 

What’s In The Tweet?

Yuvraj gave this tribute through his twitter handle, where he attached an image of all the four batsmen he mentioned. With this, he wrote that this a tribute to some of the tremendous left-handed legends produced by the game.

He also asked his fans to ‘Add on’ to this golden list and share with him their favorite left-handed batsmen.

The journey was cricket is worth praising and it is amazing to see the appreciation from team members. Having said that we hope the great achievements and praises keep continued and makes the nation proud.

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