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Yuvraj Singh brings the curtains down on his 17-year international career, announces retirement from all forms of cricket

Yuvraj Singh brings the curtains down on his 17-year international career, announces retirement from all forms of cricket
Yuvraj Singh, India's greatest match-winner, brought an end to his cricketing career as he announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. Yuvraj stormed on to the world stage with a brilliant knock of 84 against Australia in the 2000 Champions Trophy and it was the start of a special journey. (Image credit: PTI)
Yuvraj Singh brings the curtains down on his 17-year international career, announces retirement from all forms of cricket
Yuvraj Singh played a massive role in giving India self-belief in achieving success on the global stage. In the 2002 Natwest final, Yuvraj smashed 69 and his 121-run stand with Mohammad Kaif, who hit 87 helped India chase down 326, which was the highest chased down at that time. His exploits in the 2002 Champions Trophy sealed his reputation. (Image credit: PTI)
Yuvraj Singh brings the curtains down on his 17-year international career, announces retirement from all forms of cricket
Yuvraj Singh smashed six sixes in one over bowled by Stuart Broad during the World T20 against England in the 2007 World T20. He followed it up with a brilliant 70 against Australia and it was his dazzling display which helped India win the World T20 and establish themselves as world beaters. (Image credit: PTI)
Yuvraj Singh brings the curtains down on his 17-year international career, announces retirement from all forms of cricket
Yuvraj Singh was the ultimate star in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 as his all-round exploits won him the Man of the Series Award. At the same time, he was battling cancer but he fought his inner demons and helped India to World Cup glory after 28 years. His path to recovery was arduos but he never lost hope and made a grand comeback. (Image credit: PTI)
Yuvraj Singh brings the curtains down on his 17-year international career, announces retirement from all forms of cricket
Yuvraj Singh made a comeback and in the clash against England in Cuttack in 2017, the left-hander blasted 150, his highest individual score. However, he was not selected in the Indian team for the World Cup and played for Mumbai Indians in the 2019 IPL. He was part of the title-winning team for the second time, having won earlier in 2016 for Sunrisers Hyderabad. (Image credit: Twitter)