- Yuvraj Singh’s decision to retire is on the way to playing domestic cricket again
- Syed Mushtaq Ali is one of the 30 potential players of Punjab in T20
- Yuvraj, the 2011 World Cup Player of the Tournament, retired from cricket in June last year.
- But at the request of the Punjab Cricket Association, Secretary Puneet Bali agreed to play for his state
Veteran all-rounder Yuvraj Singh, who played a key role in helping India win the World Cup twice (2007 T20 World Cup and 2011 ODI World Cup), will return after retirement. Syed Mushtaq Ali UV is also on the list of Punjab’s potential for the T20 trophy. Punjab on Tuesday announced a list of 30 prospects for the domestic tournament.
Yuvraj was the Player of the Tournament for the 2011 World Cup. He retired from cricket in June last year but agreed to play for his state at the request of Punjab Cricket Association secretary Puneet Bali. Yuvraj, 39, who has played 404 ODIs, Tests and 58 T20I matches for India, is currently training at the PCA Stadium in Mohali. He has also posted a video of his practice on social media.
Please tell that Yuvraj retired from International Cricket and IPL in June 2019. After retirement, he was allowed to play in leagues around the world. He played in the Global T20 for Toronto Citizens. The league was played in Canada in August last year. Yuvraj was part of the Maratha Arabs in the T10 League in Abu Dhabi.
For the past few days, Yuvraj Singh has been training with his Punjab teammates at the IS Bindra Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali. He wants to return through the upcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament. Yuvraj practiced in the net for ts in minutes. The ball was coming in the middle of his bat.
This shows that the magic touch of this charismatic left-handed batsman is still intact. The 30 cricketers from Punjab are divided into two groups. Both the groups are gearing up for the T20 tournament starting from December 18 in Ludhiana.
Potential team of 30 players: Mandeep Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Abhishek Sharma, Salil Arora, Geetansh Khera, Ramandeep Singh, Sanveer Singh, Karan Kalia, Rahul Sharma, Krishna Alang, Sandeep Sharma, Arshdeep Singh, Ekjot Singh, Naman Dheer, Abhishek Gupta, Himanshu Satyawan, Gurkeet Singh , Anmolpreet Singh, Prabhasimaran Singh, Nihal Vadhera, Anmol Malhotra, Arush Sabharwal, Abhinav Sharma, Harpreet Brar, Mayank Arkande, Baltej Singh, Siddharth Kaul, Barinder Saran, Gurnur Singh, Harjas, Abhijeet Garg, Kunwar Pathak.