Yuvraj played last for India in 2017 against West Indies. In that calendar year, he made a comeback on to the international arena and scored 372 runs in 11 ODIs, including a 150 against England in Cut
Broad was dispatched for six sixes in the 19th over of India's innings as Yuvraj raced to his fifty off just 12 balls, which still remains as the fastest half century in the T20 format.
India won their first-ever cricket World Cup title defeating West Indies at the Lord's Cricket Ground. It is now 37 years since India's triumph in the tournament.
Yuvraj hung up his boots in June last year and he jogged down memory lane as he spoke about his time in the foreign leagues.
Yuvraj Singh, responding to Kevin Pietersen's tweet, claimed that Manchester United are the best club in the world.
He achieved the feat during the ICC Champions Trophy semifinal against Bangladesh at Edgbaston in Birmingham.
A fighter to the core, Yuvraj battled all odds to return to the cricket field after successfully getting treated for a rare germ cell tumour.
The stylish left-handed batsman called time on his career after having almost 20 years of experience in international cricket.
Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh made an offensive comment about Yuzvendra Chahal while talking about his regular social media posts.
Yuvraj stirred up the hornet's nest after he made a casteist remark towards Yuzvendra Chahal while having a conversation with Rohit Sharma on Instagram.
Rohit was on an Instagram live session with spinner Ravichandran Ashwin when the right-handed batsman was asked to talk about his first ODI double century.
Yuvraj was talking to Kevin Pietersen on Instagram where he chose coaching and mentoring over commentary.
During their playing days, Pietersen had famously called Yuvraj as a pie chucker for the bowling style the left-handed batsman possessed.
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Former India all-rounder Yuvraj had challenged Sachin Tendulkar, Rohit and Harbhajan Singh on popular social media platform Twitter to juggle a cricket ball with the side of a bat.
Harbhajan had earlier referred to Chappell's time with Team India as 'worst days of Indian cricket' following the latter's remark on former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.