On retirement, Stuart Broad mentioned the six-sixes hit by Yuvraj Singh; Yuvi also gave an interesting reaction

On retirement, Stuart Broad mentioned the six-sixes hit by Yuvraj Singh; Yuvi also gave an interesting reaction
Stuart Broad and Yuvraj Singh (Image Source- Twitter)
Yuvraj Singh, who hit six sixes on Stuart Broad's retirement, has given a big response. On Saturday, July 29, Broad declared his retirement from international cricket. Yuvraj Singh's farewell note for Stuart Broad, Most dangerous bowler of red ball cricket

Stuart Broad, a seasoned fast bowler for England, has declared his retirement from international cricket. On the third day of the last Test of the ongoing Ashes series (Ashes 2023) between England and Australia, suddenly Broad announced that This match would be his last match. After announcing his retirement, Broad spoke to the media about his career and records. In this sequence, he also mentioned the six sixes hit by Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh. Significantly, in the 2007 T20 World Cup match, Yuvi hit 6 sixes in 6 balls of Broad. However, now Yuvraj has also given his reaction to his retirement.

After retiring from cricket, Broad talked about learning from the six sixes hit by Yuvi. He said that those 6 balls helped him become a better cricketer. Obviously Broad was in the early days of his career at that time. He made his debut for England in December 2006.

Broad said – ‘Obviously it was a very difficult day. I was perhaps 21 or 22 years old. I learned a lot. I realized that I was too young to be an international performer. I used to jump into my preparations like this, No routine before bowling, no focus at all.

Broad further said – β€œAfter that experience, I started making a new mode, What I call warrior mode.
Ultimately, I wish that this had not happened. What really helped me a lot was that the match didn’t make any sense. That’s why I didn’t feel that England was out of the World Cup because of me. But I think it made me the competitor that I am today. It greatly contributed to my career advancement.

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Hearing the news of the retirement of this dashing bowler, Yuvraj congratulated him and wished him the best for the journey ahead. Yuvraj Singh has congratulated Stuart Broad on his retirement. Yuvi, who hit six sixes in Broad’s over in the 2007 T20 World Cup, has described Broad as the deadliest bowler in red ball cricket. India’s sixer king Yuvraj Singh has written a farewell note for England fast bowler Stuart Broad, who has declared the final Ashes Test as his last international match. Yuvraj has congratulated Stuart Broad on his retirement through a post on Twitter. Also, he has been described as a deadly bowler of red ball cricket.

What did Yuvraj say?

In his post, Yuvraj Singh said, “Congratulations on an incredible Test career. You are one of the best and most dangerous red-ball bowlers. And a great player too! Your career and determination will become an inspiration to the youth. Best of luck for the next stage Brody.”

Tweet Credit – @YUVSTRONG12

In 167 Test matches, Broad recorded 602 wickets with a strike rate of 55.77 and an average of 27.67. While he took 178 wickets in 121 ODIs. Apart from this, Broad has 65 wickets in 56 T20 matches.

It is Yuvraj who has given a deep wound to Broad!

Let us tell you that Yuvraj Singh and Stuart Broad have an old connection. Yuvi has given Broad a wound in his career that he will hardly forget. Actually, it was Yuvraj Singh who hit 6 sixes against Stuart Broad in the 2007 T20 World Cup. Stuart Broad had just started his career at that time and he was 21-22 years old.

Broad is the second bowler to take the most wickets in Tests

Stuart Broad decides to move on in cricket leaving behind Yuvraj Singh’s 6 sixes. He went so far in Test cricket that he became the second bowler to take the most wickets in Tests. Broad has a total of 602 wickets in 167 Test matches till the first innings of the Oval Test. On the other hand, Stuart Broad has taken a total of 243 wickets in white-ball (ODI and T20) cricket.

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