#4 Never say die attitude
After being diagnosed with cancer, his critics thought they had they had seen the last of him, but the fighter that he is, he made a successful return to cricket against New Zealand in a T20 match in 2012.
Two years later, he was made the centre of media attention and the face of “trolls” on the internet when his innings of 11 off 21 balls in the World T20 cost India the title back in 2014. This time, critics were sure of the fact that his career was done, but Yuvraj once again proved them wrong when he made a return to the T20 side in 2016 for the Asia Cup and the World T20.
After getting injured during the World T20, he was written off once again, but the figure once again proved us all wrong with his exceptional performances in the Ranji Trophy which led to his recall to the ODI and T20 sides for the series against England.Published 07 Jan 2017, 16:54 IST