Yuvraj Singh, the hero of many Indians, walks down to the memory lane and looks back at his wonderful and prestigious career for India. The man who turned out to be at his best in every World Cup, set up great examples of never giving up.
Yuvraj Singh reflected back to those magnificent 6 sixes he hit to Stuart Broad in 2007 T20I World Cup. He said that he was happy that he gave England the taste of their own medicine after Yuvraj was hit by Dimitri Mascarenhas for 5 sixes earlier that year.
Yuvraj named his knock of 57 against Australia in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Quarter-final as the best knock of his ODI career, moreover, he also named his debut Test century against Pakistan at Lahore as his best knock in the format.
He said that he improved a lot on his fielding during his First-Class career. This amazing career of ups and downs, honor and horror ended this year when Yuvraj announced his retirement from the International Cricket.