Yuvraj Singh Left 'Overwhelmed' As #MissYouYuvi Trends On One-Year Of His Retirement 
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Yuvraj Singh Left ‘Overwhelmed’ As #MissYouYuvi Trends On One-Year Of His Retirement 

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Yuvraj Singh and Virat Kohli Credits: Getty Images

A flamboyant Yuvraj Singh retired on this day last year and yet fans seem to have not got enough of their hero. Yuvraj Singh, out of favour from the national team, had decided to call time on his glittering career on June 10, 2019 at a specially arranged press conference in Mumbai. It was his last press conference as a player!

Yuvraj Singh was instrumental for India in the 2007 T20 World Cup and who can forget his all-round role in 2011 World Cup for which he was named the man-of-the-series. He was once the poster boy of  Indian cricket team and brought down the curtains on his career spanning nearly 19 years and 400 matches.

Yuvraj Singh Left 'Overwhelmed' As #MissYouYuvi Trends On One-Year Of His Retirement 
Yuvraj Singh [File Photo]

Yuvraj Singh: Dear fans, I am overwhelmed and full of gratitude

As #MissYouYuvi started to trend on Twitter with plenty of messages pouring for the legendary all-rounder, he send out a message for the fans. In the message, he admitted that he was left overwhelmed, and cricket will always be an irreplaceable part of his life.

“Dear fans, I am overwhelmed & full of gratitude. Cricket will always be my life, just as each of you will always be an irreplaceable part of me.

Yuvraj Singh
Yuvraj Singh (Credits: Twitter)

“As responsible citizens, let’s continue to follow the govt’s instructions on Covid-19 & do our very best to help those in need,” Yuvraj tweeted on Wednesday.

Cricket legend and his former teammate Sachin Tendulkar also paid tribute to Yuvraj Singh.

“It’s been a year since You(Vi) retired.. My first memory of you was during the Chennai camp & I couldn’t help but notice that you were very athletic & deceptively quick at Point. I needn’t talk about your 6 hitting ability, it was evident you could clear any ground in the world,” Tendulkar wrote.