Yuvraj Singh, the former Indian all-rounder is enjoying his post-retirement life from cricket to the fullest. He has become quite a vocal personality in the recent past. The southpaw is regarded as one of the best all-rounders produced by Indian cricket, who played a vital role in making Team India win the 2007 T20 World Cup and 2011 World Cup.
Currently, he is in Dubai and enjoying himself with a few of his friends. He recently took to his official Instagram handle and shared a clip in which he can be seen involved in a tug of war against liger. The former star Indian all-rounder used to give shiver to the bowlers with his submissive hitting. But, that was not the case as he lost tug of war to liger.
Yuvraj Singh battles with liger, loses Tug of War
In the clip, Singh was seen playing with a snake that was wrapped around his neck. Even, he was spotted with different animals like bears, monkeys. The video soon got viral on social media and received 1,238,708 lakh views by the time this report getting published.
The former Indian cricketer also gave a happening caption to his post that read,” Tiger vs liger and of course we know the end result had a lovely experience overcoming my fears, interacting with the true nature of the jungle. Thank you @sb_belhasa and @huzefa_ali,” Yuvraj captioned the clip.
Yuvraj Singh got several accolades mentioned next to his name throughout his illustrious career. In the 2007 maiden T20 World Cup, he became the first player to smash 6 sixes in an over against England pacer Stuart Broad. It’s been more than 14 years. But, still, none of the batsmen has managed to break his record.
Also, he played one of the crucial roles with the bat and ball in the 2011 World Cup. In the end, he was awarded the Man of the Tournament award for his invaluable contribution to the bat and ball. The southpaw recorded 362 runs in 8 innings at a strike rate of 86.19 and bagged 15 wickets.
He bid adieu to all forms of cricket back in 2019. Since then, he has been spotted playing in different franchise tournaments like World Road Safety Series, GT20 Series, etc.