Yuvraj Singh got back to the T20 format after recently announcing his retirement from international cricket and the Indian Premier League.
Yuvraj Singh, who recently announced his retirement from international cricket and the Indian Premier League (IPL), is leading the Toronto Nationals in the second edition of Global T20 Canada. The Toronto skipper had a forgettable debut match in the T20 league as he struggled with lower-back pain before being dismissed in a bizarre fashion at the CAA Centre in Brampton on Thursday. Vancouver Knights captain Chris Gayle won the toss and invited Toronto Nationals to bat. Star batsman Brendon McCullum fell early but Canadian opener Rodrigo Thomas hit a quickfire 41. Yuvraj Singh, who walked in at number 4, was clearly struggling to middle the ball right from the outset and faced 27 deliveries to score 14 runs. In the 17th over bowled by medium-pacer Rizwan Cheema, Yuvraj Singh nicked the ball but wicketkeeper Tobias Visee failed to catch it.
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