Yuvraj Singh allrounder Indian Cricket Team returned to the Indian ODI team in 2017 and he was ready to be a part of Team India for the ODI World Cup 2019. Yuvi had scored an average of 41.33 in ODIs after making a comeback, but lost his place in the team due to fitness. After the West Indies tour, Yuvraj Singh did not succeed in passing the yo-yo test and then was not selected in the squad for the series against Sri Lanka. Although Yuvraj was proposed to play a Farewell match after failing in the Yo-Yo test on behalf of the board, he refused.
Later Yuvraj Singh passed this test, but by then the team management had surpassed him. Yuvraj Singh then retired from international cricket during the 2019 ODI World Cup. Now, a year after his retirement, he has attacked the BCCI and said that the board was unprofessional towards him in the last moments of his career and his behaviour was disappointing.
Yuvraj Singh while talking to a website said that I am not surprised by this rave of the board as it had happened to players like World Cup winner Virender Sehwag and Zaheer Khan. I feel at the end of my career the kind of treatment they treated me that was completely unprofessional. If you see, the same has happened with Sehwag, Zaheer and Harbhajan Singh and the same has been done to me. This type of behaviour is part of Indian cricket.
Yuvraj Singh allrounder Indian Cricket Team could not become a regular member of the ODI team after 2012. Although he played three T20 World Cups after this, he could not regularize his place in ODIs. In the 2014–15 Ranji season, Yuvraj played three consecutive century innings, but he was not included in Team India for the 2015 ODI World Cup. Although he returned in ODIs in 2017, he was able to play for only 7 months. During this, he played 11 ODIs and three T20 matches. In 304 ODIs, he scored 8701 runs and took 111 wickets. In 58 T20 matches, he scored 1177 runs and took 28 wickets. He also played 40 Test matches for India.
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