The former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh is famous among his fans not just for the important innings that he played in his cricketing days but also because of his good sense of humour and wittiness. He is certainly a fighter as he fought with the lethal disease cancer and emerged victorious in this battle.
Recently, the cricketer from Punjab took to his official Instagram account and posted a childhood photo of himself. Dressed in an orange T-shirt, Yuvi is looking very cute and his fans as well as many people from the cricket fraternity showered love on the post.
Take a look at the photo:
The cricketer captioned the image as, “Jab main chota bachcha tha, badi shararat karta tha” (When I was a kid, I used to do a lot of mischievous things).
Here is the post:
Soon fans and followers started commenting on his post but one comment that was noticed the most was made by the Indian cricketer Shubman Gill who wrote, “Paji tusi tan hun vi bhut karde ho” with laughing emoji.
Shubman Gill wrote that Yuvi still indulges in many mischievous activities and the latter also responded with a naughty emoji.
Yuvi has played many important and match winning innings for India and nobody can forget the contribution that he made in both the World Cup wins of India – 2007 ICC T20 World Cup and 2011 ICC World Cup. He is pretty famous for smashing six sixes in an over of England pacer Stuart Broad in a match played in 2007 ICC T20 World Cup after he (Yuvi) had a brawl with former England cricketer Andrew Flintoff.
Even today the fans of Yuvraj Singh miss watching him playing cricket.