IPL 2019: Yuvraj Singh Trolls Himself After Joining Mumbai Indians’ camp
Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh is all set to play for a new franchise in the upcoming IPL season as he is a part of Mumbai Indians in the T20 league. This will be the first time when he will be playing for the three-time IPL champions.
Yesterday, he joined the team’s camp and Mumbai Indians welcomed him with a great caption on Twitter which read as ‘Aur phir aaye Yuvraj Singh…Dhaaga khol diye’.
Yuvraj, though, trolled himself in MI’s post as he wrote, ‘Bhai sahab thoda tez chalo’.
Bhai sahab thoda tez chalo 🤪
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) March 14, 2019
Mumbai Indians also shared a clip of Yuvraj Singh’s first ball during the practice session.
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) March 14, 2019
Yuvraj was bought by Mumbai Indians at his base price of Rs 1 Crore.
He went unsold in the first round of the auction but MI bid for him in the second round and added him into their squad for the tournament.
As of now, he doesn’t have a chance of making it to the squad for World Cup 2019 but a strong performance in IPL can open the doors for him as he is experienced and has been the star performer for India in past.
Yuvraj’s last international appearance came in June 2017 on the tour of West Indies, where India went after ICC Champions Trophy.
He was later rested for the tour of Sri Lanka and has not made his comeback to the national team yet.
Reports had suggested that he failed the yo-yo test but cleared it later.
However, he did not play much domestic cricket before clearing the test, which meant that he could not make his comeback like Suresh Raina, who made his comeback after clearing the yo-yo test.
In all likeliness, IPL 2019 will be the final tournament for him before he takes a call on his career.
He is eyeing a place in the national squad for World Cup 2019 and can make a comeback on the basis of performances in the tournament.
Later year, he did not have a good run in IPL.
Playing for Kings XI Punjab, the former skipper of the team just played 8 matches in which he scored 65 runs.
He was also dropped from the playing XI on occasions and was later released by the franchise going into the auction for IPL 2019.
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