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‘I still have a lot to offer’ : Yuvraj Singh


Indian most successful all rounder and stylish left arm batsman Yuvraj Singh may have not being playing regularly for India recently but he still believes that there is a lot of cricket left him in to offer. He recently talked over this to sports-star about his performance and his future plans for playing for India again.

He has not been the part of Indian cricket team since the world T20 in 2016, but he is keen on making a comback.Yuvraj has been an integral part of the team that win all the three major title including ICC Cricket World Cup, ICC World T20 and the ICC Champions Trophy.

“I am training hard and have the confidence of getting the runs,” Yuvraj said. “I feel I still have a lot to offer to Indian cricket, and will do my best to regain my place in the side. I will do all that I can to get the call from the selectors, and take it from there. I still feel I have few more years of cricket left in me, and I will do all it takes to get back into the side and win games for team India.“

Yuvraj also praised Indian team for giving a clean sweep to the English side and remaining unbeaten in 2016 in the longest format of the game. He also mentioned that the efforts put in by Rahul Dravid at initial level are noteworthy and hence India is gaining a lot of young and fresh talent who is performing incredibly for team India.

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Yuvraj who played Ranji just before his marriage smashed 672 runs in 5 matches at an average of 84, and also posted his career best first class score of 260 runs.His knocks of 177 and 76 against MP, which led his side to victory were confidence boosting for himself, according to him.

“My job is to get on the ground and get runs. I loved my knock against Madhya Pradesh where I made runs on a challenging pitch. I was hit all over but the runs I made could not have been more precious. It told me that there was nothing wrong with my cricket.”, he added.

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