Yuvraj Singh, Furious At BCCI, Told Why The Conduct Of The Board Was Not Proper At The Last Of His Career.
Former veteran cricketer Yuvraj Singh is counted among the most powerful winners in restricted overs cricket. Yuvraj Singh, with his bat and ball, gave the Indian team, the title of 2007 Twenty-Twenty World Cup and then the One-Day World Cup of 2011. Yuvraj Singh, who bid goodbye to cricket a year ago, has now expressed his dissatisfaction. Yuvraj says that the board treated him in an unprofessional manner towards the end of his career.
Yuvraj named some different exceptional players, irrespective of his awesome international career, his career did not end well. Yuvraj said,
“I think the way he dealt with me in the last days of my profession was pretty unprofessional. But when I see at some other excellent players like Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag, Zaheer Khan, he is no longer handled properly either. “That’s why it is a section of Indian cricket. I’ve seen it before, so I wasn’t amazed by it.”
Yuvraj is hopping from the board to transgress this attitude. He said, “The one who performs for India for such a lengthy time, has long gone through a hard situation, you need to actually respect him.”
Yuvraj does no longer thinks about himself an exquisite player. Yuvraj said,
“Like Gautam Gambhir who gained two World Cups for us. Sehwag who was once the biggest match-winning player for us after Sunil Gavaskar in Tests. VVS. There are players like Laxman, Zaheer, they should get respect.”
Yuvraj, however, does no longer reflect on himself as a extraordinary player. Yuvraj said,
“I don’t think I’m a magnificent player. I have played cricket with full faith and honesty however I have no longer performed much in Test cricket. Great players are these who have a very good check record”
Last year in 2019, Yuvraj Singh said goodbye to global cricket. Yuvraj Singh did no longer gets an opportunity to play a farewell suit to cease his career. Despite the fact that he has contributed significantly to winning two world cup titles for Team India.