new Delhi: Team India Stooge rabbit batsmen Yuvraj Singh The team was running out of India for a long time. Yuvraj finally retired from international cricket after passing the disappointing last three years in the IPL. With this, Yuvraj also sought permission from BCCI to play overseas cricket league matches. Yuvraj's fans hoped that the return of Yuvv would be a bang, but on Thursday, he had to be disappointed. Yuvraj did not play a major innings in his first match of the Global T-20 Canada League, and the pavilion returned even when not out.
Yuvraj's team defeat Gayle's team
In this match, Yuvraj was playing for the Toronto T-20 Canada League from the Toronto Nationals. The first match was from Chris Gayle's team of Vancouver Knights. Yuvraj's team, Toronto National was batting first. Nationals scored 159 for 5 wickets in 20 overs in the first innings. In response, the team of the Vancouver Knights only achieved the target by losing two wickets in the 18th over. Wessener Dussanne scored 65 and Chadwick Walton scored an unbroken 59 not out off the knights. Chris Gayle made only 12 runs
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Yun 'out' Yuvraj
Opener Brendon McCullum, out of the Toronto Nationals, was dismissed in the second over with a four by Fahlukuyo ball. After that, Jaffer dismissed Kalum McCleed (17) after 50 runs. After that Rodrigo Thomas was dismissed by 41 runs. Yuvraj had a chance to show his talent here, but he could not be seen in the rhythm and after all, Yuvraj, in the beginning, tried to play with the bat, he even made 14 runs off 26 balls, but he got Rizwan Cheema Rizwan Cheema The ball hit the ball on his body and stumps on the ball after he was caught by a beeted wicket keeper. The wicketkeeper appealed for a stop here but the pavilion returned before Yuvraj's decision.
Playing for Toronto Nationals in opening match of Global T20 Canada #YuvrajSingh 37-year-old was stumped in Vancouver Knights' bowler Rizwan Cheema's over after wicketkeeper dropped catch on stumps. Yuvraj still in the crease as per the replays pic.twitter.com/fcKXzGwWNL
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Hanarya Klassen 41 and Kieron Pollard scored 30 runs off National Tournament. Ali Khan, Andio Fehlukuyo, Michael Ripon, Saad Bin Zafar and Rizwan Cheema took one wicket each from the Vancouver Knights. Now Yuvraj's team, Toronto Nationals, will face Edmonton Royals on Saturday, July 27.