Most Feared Red Ball Bowler: Yuvraj Singh Pens Heartfelt Note For England Legend Stuart Broad

Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh has expressed his admiration for the England legend Stuart Broad after latter announced his retirement from the professional cricket.

Taking to Twitter, Singh wrote;

Take a bow Stuart Broad. Congratulations on an incredible Test career 🏏👏 one of the finest and most feared red ball bowlers, and a real legend!”

The Indian legend further said that Broad’s journey and determination have been super inspiring. “Good luck for the next leg Broady,” Singh concluded.

A day earlier, Stuart Braod, who is currently playing 5th Ashes Test at The Oval, confirmed that the match will be his last.

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Stuart Broad on getting hit six 6s by Yuvraj Singh:

Recalling that match against India during the 2007 T20 World Cup in South Africa, Broad said that he left ‘very short as an international performer’ when Singh smashed his six sixes in an over.

“I wish that didn’t happen. I think what really helped me was it was a dead rubber, so it didn’t feel like I’d knocked us out of the World Cup or something. But I think I sealed me up to make the competitor I am to this day,” he said.

Englishman picked 602 wickets in 167 Test matches.

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