Yuvraj played his last international match on 30 June 2017 in North Sound
In that ODI against the West Indies, the Indian cricketer scored 39 runs off 55 balls
Mumbai. Yuvraj Singh's career has been a subject of debate over the past few years, but he himself believes that in the coming time, this game will be the first to say goodbye. Yuvraj Singh's Indian Premier League (IPL) record is not good, but in the match against Delhi Capitals, he scored half-century on behalf of the Mumbai Indians. This is a great sign for them.
After losing the match against Delhi, Yuvraj said, "When the time comes, I will be the first person to retire." However, the player of the 2007 T-20 and 2011 ODI World Cup admitted that it was going to continue They have dilemma too many times.
The last two years have been fluctuating: Yuvraj
He said, in the last two years, I remained volatile and I could not decide what to do. Yuvraj said that when he did self-analysis, he found that he is still enjoying the same kind of game as the under-16 cricketer used to take. They did not then think about selecting the national team.
Cricket chose because it enjoyed playing
He said, 'The main thing for me is that when I started, why did I play the game. I played the game because I enjoyed playing cricket. When I was enjoying cricket, I was not playing for India. Then I was playing Under-14, Under-16. So since then I have been enjoying cricket, I am going to play.
Talking to Sachin was beneficial for Yuvraj
In this regard, he also spoke to Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin has told Yuvaraj how he felt during the last round of career. Yuvraj said, "I also talk to Sachin Tendulkar. They explain in detail how when they felt during 37-38-39. Things became easier for me by talking to them. And I'm playing just because I love cricket too much. '