Yuvraj Singh feels that the way BCCI handled him towards the end of his career was ‘unprofessional’, although it wasn’t surprising for him

By Bet Barter

July 27, 2020

The handsome former all-rounder of Indian Team, Yuvraj Singh has vented out his anger on BCCI. According to him, BCCI, the Indian cricket board, has mistreated many cricketers like him. Yuvraj made his introduction at 18 years old in 2000 and proceeded to play his last counterpart for India in 2017. From there on he declared his retirement in 2019.

Yuvraj has been playing with national cricket team of India for along and has taken retirement last year in 2019. He is upset as his farewell from the team was not proper. He didn’t get the scope to play any farewell game with the team. According to him, neither did Zaheer get nor Sehwag. He call these actions and decisions of the board as childish.

According to Yuvraj Singh, giving somebody a goodbye, which is not for him to choose. Yuvraj say it is solely upon the board. In any case, he felt the way that they oversaw him towards the finish of his profession, was amateurish. If the fans look back many of the former talented cricketers of Indian team were mistreated by the board and forced to take retirement suddenly. It’s a piece of Indian cricket; Yuvi has seen that before so he wasn’t generally astounded.

Yuvraj last played for India during the visit through West Indies in 2017

He last played for India during the visit through West Indies in 2017. Yuvraj was a piece of the India’s crew for the 2017 Champions Trophy where his lone critical commitment was a thump of 53 against Pakistan.  There is a huge fan following of this all-rounder in India and abroad. And this is one of the most talented all-rounder of the team.

Later on, anyone who has played for India for quite a while and has experienced predicament, one should respect him. Give him that regard, someone like Gautam Gambhir, who has won two World Cups for India.

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