Hat-Trick Hero Kuldeep Yadav Meets Yuvraj Singh, See Instagram Post
Yuvraj Singh and Kuldeep Yadav (Photo Credits: Instagram/ Kuldeep Yadav)

Indian cricketer Kuldeep Yadav met Yuvraj Singh on Monday, (December 23). The chinaman bowler took a hat-trick in India vs West Indies 2019 3rd ODI. He took it a second time in his ODI career. His hat-trick helped India to make a great comeback in the third ODI. Yuvraj Singh, who retired from international cricket on June 10, 2019, is a legendary all-rounder. Yuvraj Singh, who played for Mumbai Indians in Indian Premier League 2019, is active in foreign domestic leagues. Kuldeep Yadav Hat-Trick Leaves Twitterati Impressed As Indian Cricket Team Thrash West Indies by 107 Runs in 2nd ODI in Vizag. 

"Always a pleasure meeting you paaji @yuvisofficial", Yuvraj wrote along with the video. Kuldeep Yadav wrote along with the video. With a hoody jacket and a watch on his hand, Kuldeep Yadav was looking very happy with a smile on his face. On the other hand, Yuvraj Singh wore a white round-collared T-shirt with the text 'Never Look Back'. Have a look at the post below.  Yuvraj Singh Shares Picture With Wife Hazel Keech on Wedding Anniversary (See Pics).

Kuldeep Meets Yuvraj! 

 

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Always a pleasure meeting you paaji @yuvisofficial 🤙🏻

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Kuldeep Yadav, who took 3 wickets off 52 runs in the 2nd ODI against West Indies, went wicket-less in the third ODI. He bowled 10 overs, gave away 67 runs but could not claim any success. However, his hat-trick in India vs West Indies 2nd ODI has registered his name in the history books of Indian cricket.

Yuvraj Singh played in T20 Canada cricket tournament this year after his retirement. He also played in Abu Dhabi Premier League 2019-20. While playing for Maratha Arabians, he emerged as the winner as his team won the title. Yuvraj Singh is a legend for Indian cricket. In his 19 years of cricket career from 2000 to 2019, Yuvraj Singh was part of the golden period of Indian cricket. He was part of India’s iconic 3-2 victory in Natwest Series 2002, ICC T20 World Cup 2007 and India’s ICC World Cup victory in 2011.