LONDON: India's legendary batsman Yuvraj Singh, who retired from international cricket, is batting in the Global T20 League in Canada. The 37-year-old Yuvraj Singh scored 51 runs in just 22 balls against the Toronto Nationals at the Brampton Arena in Canada on Saturday. Yuvraj Singh's bat came out with 3 fours and five sixes while playing against the Brampton Wolves.
In this match, Yuvraj showed a brilliant bat as well as a ball and a 1 wicket blow for his team. The all-rounder also caught 2 catches. The Brampton Wolves were 222 for 6 in the stipulated 20 overs. The Toronto Nationals had a target of 223 runs in 20 overs.
However, the Toronto Nationals lost the match by 11 runs even after captain Yuvraj Singh's explosive half-century. The Toronto Nationals were all out for 211 in 20 overs when reports last came in. Earlier, Yuvraj Singh had scored 45 runs in 26 balls against the Winnipeg Hawks on July 29, but his team could not win the match.
What an entertainer! hammered the bowling attack in his innings of 51(22).— GT20 Canada (@GT20Canada)
The Southpaw hit five big sixes.