New Delhi: Former cricketer Yuvraj Singh, who was the legendary batsman of the Indian team, has accused the BCCI and the Indian team of hatching a conspiracy against him. Yuvi has retired from cricket. Yuvraj also questioned the management behavior of the Indian cricket team. He said that "he felt that the team management was looking for excuses to expel him from the team. So things like 'yo yo test' were made mandatory. He said that he wanted to play the 2019 World Cup"
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In an interview to a news channel, Yuvi also expressed disappointment over the fact that the BCCI did not talk to senior cricketers like Virender Sehwag and Zaheer Khan in the last days of his career. Yuvraj Singh last played for India in T20 against England in 2017. In this, India won by 75 runs.
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On the question of his retirement, he said, "I have been selected Man of the Match in two of the 8-9 matches played after the Champions Trophy 2017 and I never thought that I would be dropped from the team. I was injured and I was asked to prepare for the series from Sri Lanka. But suddenly the yo-yo test was started. It was a U-turn in my selection. Suddenly I had to go back and prepare for the yo-yo test at the age of 36. Even after passing the yo-yo test, I was asked to play domestic cricket". Yuvraj further revealed that he wanted to play in the World Cup 2019.
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