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Yuvraj Singh’s Retirement Special Post For ‘Real Legend’ Stuart Broad


Stuart Broad had a career-defining clash with Yuvraj Singh in the inaugural ICC T20 World Cup in 2007.

Yuvraj Singh, the legendary Indian all-rounder, congratulated England pacer Stuart Broad on the end of an extremely successful international career on Sunday. Broad confirmed on Saturday that the current fifth Test match of the Ashes series will be his final international match. “Congratulations, @StuartBroad8!” Congratulations on a fantastic Test career as one of the finest and most feared red ball bowlers of all time, and a true legend! Your determination and journey have been extremely motivating. “Good luck on the next leg, Broady!” tweeted Yuvraj.

As the first Indian to hit six sixes in an over in international cricket, Yuvraj famously destroyed Broad in a match that would define his career during the 2007 ICC T20 World Cup. Broad, though, has subsequently improved with every match and is currently vying for 850 wickets in international cricket.
After Day 3 of the final Ashes Test at The Oval, Broad announced the end of his 17-year career.
According to ICC, Broad stated, “Monday or tomorrow will be my last cricket match.” “To wear the Nottinghamshire and England badge for as long as I have has been a tremendous privilege. It has been a wonderful ride.”

I’ve always wanted to place first, and this series has felt like one of the most enjoyable I’ve ever taken part in.

In 167 Test matches, Broad has played, he has taken 602 wickets. In addition, he has played in 13 Test matches and amassed 3656 runs at an average of 18 with 1 century. He ranks second for his team and sixth overall in Test wickets taken.

Broad has played in 121 ODI matches, where he has claimed 178 victims. His best bowling performance in the 50-over format to date is 5/23, while in T20Is, where he has played in 56 games, he has 65 wickets, with a best of 4/24. He ranks fourth among England’s ODI wicket-takers.

He has played 56 matches and claimed 65 wickets at an average of 22.93 in T20Is. In the shortest format of the game, he has taken the third most wickets for England.

He also competed for England in the 2010 ICC T20 World Cup-winning squad.

He has taken 845 wickets overall in 344 international games, with the top total being 8/15. In terms of international cricket, he has taken the seventh-most wickets. In addition, he has 4,309 runs at an average of 16.44 in international cricket, with one century and 13 fifty-scores.



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