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Yuvraj Singh And Sachin Tendulkar’s Moment of Nostalgia On Instagram

Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh. (Photo Credit: Cricket Australia)

Yuvraj Singh and Sachin Tendulkar played together in international cricket for over a decade. In the process, both have brought a lot of laurels for the country and broken a lot of records. Yuvraj and Tendulkar were a part of India’s 2011 World Cup-winning team, a moment, which both of them still cherish together.

Yuvraj played for Mumbai Indians as well in 2019 when they went onto win the title. The team is mentored by Sachin Tendulkar who is one of the icons of world cricket. Meanwhile, Yuvraj Singh who is very active on social media these days took to Instagram to share a special post on his nostalgic moment with Sachin Tendulkar.

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“#throwbackthursday ! Miss my playing and travelling days, one of the biggest bats I’ve held ! And who’s this person hiding behind me ? Can’t remember #memories” wrote Yuvraj on Instagram, turning back the clock to his playing days.

Yuvraj Singh & Sachin Tendulkar’s Moment of Nostalgia

The post started getting reactions soon and Tendulkar also was not behind in responding to the post. He took to Twitter and wrote,

“Ha ha ha… Yuvi I can tell the person who is hiding behind you. It is Aslam bhai who repaired our bats and this photo was taken in Mumbai. Am I right?? I can also see some autographs on the bat, can anyone tell me who has signed at number 2 spot?? “

Yuvraj was quick to respond as well to the Little Master’s tweet saying  “@sachintendulkar hahaha yes paji I remember now!! it is Aslam bhai he had come after taking your signature”

(Credit: Instagram)

Meanwhile, Yuvraj Singh opted out from this year’s IPL 2020 after the BCCI granted him a NOC to play in overseas T20 leagues. He has also expressed his desire to come back to domestic cricket as he aspires to play again for Punjab and guide them to domestic titles.

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