Watch: Yuvraj Singh re-institutes fight with Flintoff and his assault on Stuart Broad
Fourteen years after the accomplishment, Yuvraj Singh has made a video wherein he assumes the parts of all players associated with the 2007 over by Stuart Broad in which he hit six sixes.
Yuvraj Singh gave the cricket world a memorable encounter when he vindicated a sledge from England's Andrew Flintoff by crushing six successive sixes in Stuart Broad's over during the 2007 T20 World Cup. After fourteen years, on the commemoration of that extraordinary accomplishment, Yuvraj repeated the experience — on a porch, with he, at the end of the day, assuming a few parts (non-striker MS Dhoni, Flintoff, Broad, England commander Paul Collingwood) in a re-authorization of the over.
In the video posted on his web-based media handles, Yuvraj establishes the whole of his short innings from the India versus England match. It starts with him trusting that his turn will bat, sees him play the Flintoff over, sitting down to talk with the umpire about Flintoff and afterward him going wild in Broad's finished, the nineteenth over of the Indian innings.
"What's your opinion about my acting, folks? Bollywood next?" Yuvraj inscribed the video.
Yuvraj scored his fifty in that match off only 12 balls, a record for the quickest fifty in T20Is. India scored 218 in their innings, batting first, dominating the match by 18 runs.
In 2019, Yuvraj resigned from all types of cricket. In his global vocation, Yuvraj had played 304 ODIs, 58 T20Is and 40
Tests. He assumed significant parts in both the 2007 T20 World Cup triumph and the 2011 ODI World Cup triumph, in which he was named Man of the Tournament for his overall commitment of 362 runs and 15 wickets.