Left-Handers Day: Yuvraj pays tribute to ‘greatest still left-handed legends’

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Former India batsman Yuvraj Singh on Thursday paid out tribute to “the finest still left-handed legends” of cricket on the celebration of Intercontinental Remaining Handers’ Day.

Yuvraj tweeted a collage consisting of previous West Indies captain Brian Lara, his former skipper Sourav Ganguly and Australian duo of Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist.

Yuvraj Singh prepares golden listing of remaining-handed players

“This is a tribute to some of the best remaining-handed legends the video game has manufactured. Increase on to this golden list and share with me your favourite remaining-handed batsmen #InternationalLeftHandersDay,” mentioned Yuvraj in his caption to the write-up.

Yuvraj himself was a left-hander and starred in some of India’s greatest victories in confined-overs cricket all through his illustrious job. He made his worldwide debut in an ODI versus Kenya in 2000 and his past global visual appeal also came in an ODI, in opposition to West Indies in June 2017. He sooner or later retired from professional cricket in June 2019.

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Yuvraj Singh’s checklist of ‘greatest’ remaining-handed cricketers on Twitter.@YUVSTRONG12 on Twitter

The 38-yr-aged spearheaded India’s victories in the 2007 World T20 and 2011 Planet Cup with his performances. Apart from his prowess with the bat, Yuvraj was also a handy left-arm spinner and his bowling played pretty much as significant a part as his batting in the 2011 Entire world Cup. He scored 8,701 runs and took 111 wickets in his ODI occupation in addition to 1,900 operates in Checks and 1,177 runs in T20Is.

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