You Will Always Be Special To Me – Yuvraj Singh To Sourav Ganguly
Yuvraj Singh and Sourav Ganguly have always been celebrated cricketers in the Indian National Cricket Team. The way they strike the ball and the way the duo approaches the game is something which, every Indian fan loved over the years. Meanwhile, the former shares his love once again to Ganguly while wishing him a Happy Birthday.
Yuvraj Singh and Sourav Ganguly always had a brilliant rapport between them. Under his captaincy, Yuvraj Singh scaled certain heights and became the best middle-order batsman for India. Besides that, he garnered praises for his brilliant fielding skills as well.
Recently. Yuvraj Singh, in his retirement speech, quoted that Sourav Ganguly has played an immense role in shaping his career. He termed that the stylish southpaw is one of the great leaders alongside Mahendra Singh Dhoni for the Indian National Cricket Team.
“Sourav Ganguly’s support in my career was immense. Especially at the start of my career. The relationship with MS Dhoni is also very good. We won a lot of trophies. These are two standout leaders,” Yuvraj Singh said.
Best wishes to you, Dadi, Sourav Ganguly – Yuvraj Singh
Coming back to the topic, in his birthday wish to Sourav Ganguly, who turned 47, quoted that he will always be special for him. And also, mentioned that the prince of Kolkata was the one who built the team and supported for the future during his times.
Digging into his tweet, it read ”The man who built and supported us for the future ! You will always be special to me Lots of love and best wishes to you dadi. Have a great birthday.”
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) July 8, 2019
With 11,363 runs in 311 ODIs, Ganguly is currently the third highest run-scorer for India in the 50-over-format. Sourav Ganguly shared great camaraderie with Sachin Tendulkar. as well. They both went onto put together 6,609 runs in 136 matches. It also includes 21-century partnerships and 23 fifty-run partnerships.
On the other hand, Yuvraj Singh recently called curtains on his glorious cricketing career, which got many twists and turns. Currently, he is looking to wield his willow in overseas T20 tournaments.
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