India versus Bangladesh, ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Cricket society wishes Yuvraj Singh on 300th ODI.
Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh will play his 300th ODI for India when he will venture out to challenge Bangladesh in the second semi-last of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. Yuvraj made his ODI make a big appearance against Kenya in ICC Knockout competition in 2000 yet didn't get an opportunity to bat.
Yuvraj found the opportunity to demonstrate his abilities with the bat in the match against Australia and the forceful batsman indented up a score of 84 runs. Here's the way cricketing clique wishing fortunes on Yuvraj's 300th ODI.
About Yuvraj Singh: He is an Indian universal cricketer. An all-rounder who bats left-turned in the center request and bowls moderate left-arm conventional, Yuvraj is the child of previous Indian quick bowler and Punjabi performing artist Yograj Singh.
Yuvraj has been an individual from the Indian cricket group in ODIs since October 2000 and played his initially Test coordinate in October 2003. He was the bad habit commander of the Indian ODI group between 2007-2008. He was the Man of the Tournament in the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, and one of the top entertainers at the 2007 ICC World Twenty20, both of which India won. In a match against England at the 2007 World Twenty20, he broadly hit six sixes in one over rocked the bowling alley by Stuart Broad — an accomplishment performed just three times beforehand in any type of senior cricket, and never in a worldwide match between two Test cricket groups. In a similar match, he set the record for the speediest fifty in Twenty20 Internationals and in every one of the Twenty20 cricket, achieving 50 keeps running in 12 balls. Amid the 2011 World Cup, he turned into the main player to take a 5-wicket pull and score a 50 in a similar World Cup coordinate.
In 2011, Yuvraj was determined to have a malignant tumor in his left lung and experienced chemotherapy treatment in Boston and Indianapolis. In March 2012, he was released from the doctor's facility in the wake of finishing the third and last cycle of chemotherapy and come back to India in April. He made his universal rebound in a Twenty20 match in September against New Zealand presently before the 2012 World Twenty20.
Yuvraj began his vocation from the Punjab Under-12s at 11 years old years and 11 months in November of the 1995–96 season against Jammu and Kashmir-16s. In 1996–97, Yuvraj was elevated to Punjab Under-19s and scored 137 not out against Himachal Pradesh Under-19s.
Yuvraj made his top notch make a big appearance in late-1997 against Orissa amid the 1997–98 Ranji Trophy yet was expelled for a duck opening the innings. His first breakout execution came in the Under-19 Cooch Behar Trophy Final of 1999 against Bihar at Jamshedpur; Bihar were full scale with a score of 357 and Yuvraj batted at three for Punjab and made 358 runs himself. Yuvraj spoke to India in the arrangement against Sri Lanka Under-19s in India in February 1999. In the third ODI, Yuvraj scored 89 keeps running from 55 balls. In 1999-2000 Ranji Trophy, he scored 149 against Haryana.
In the 2000 Under-19 Cricket World Cup which India won under the captaincy of Mohammad Kaif, Yuvraj's inside and out execution earned him the Player of the Tournament grant and a ring to the national squad. His execution in the competition included 68 off 62 and 4/36 against New Zealand in a gathering stage coordinate, and a quickfire 58 off 25 balls against Australia in the elimination round. Yuvraj was accordingly chosen in 2000 for the principal admission of the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore.
In 2012, Yuvraj was met with the Arjuna Award, India's second most elevated wearing honor by the Government of India. In 2014, he was granted the Padma Shri, India's fourth most elevated non military personnel respect. At the 2014 IPL sell off Royal Challengers Bangalore purchased Yuvraj at an untouched high cost of ₹14 crore and, in 2015, the Delhi Daredevils got him for ₹16 crore making him the most costly player to be sold in the IPL.
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