Video: Yuvraj Singh Grooves On Irfan Pathan And Suresh Raina’s Song Gone Viral

The ongoing 2022 Road World Series has provided Indian cricket fans with the opportunity to relive their golden period, with legendary players who gave the country great honour reuniting to once again represent the nation.
The competition has given the players the chance to reconnect with their former teammates and share a dressing room, in addition to giving sports fans the chance to see their favourite cricket team in action once again on the cricket field.
Yuvraj Singh stole the hearts of cricket fans on Monday (September 12) by posting an amazing video in which he could be seen dancing to the singing of Irfan Pathan and Suresh Raina, two of the sport’s most beloved players. Along with Pragyan Ojha, Munaf Patel, and Manpreet Gony, cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar from India attended the event. Pathan referred to Yuvraj as the “most expensive cheerleader” in response to the video.

Yuvraj shared the video on hi Twitter handle captioned, “Having fun with two legendary singers @IrfanPathan @ImRaina and of course the legend of legends @sachin_rt.”
To which Irfan Pathan replied, “And we had the most expensive cheerleader in Yuvraj Singh. What a night.”

In the eight-team competition, Yuvraj, Raina, and Pathan played for India Legends under Tendulkar’s direction. At Kanpur’s Green Park Stadium, the Men in Blue kicked off their campaign with a commanding victory over South African legends. Stuart Binny, who scored 82 runs in just 42 balls for the defending champions, stole the show. With a three-wicket haul, Rahul Sharma was the favourite of the home team’s bowlers.

India will play the West Indies next on Wednesday in Kanpur (September 14). On October 1, the championship game is slated to take place in Raipur’s Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium. In addition to Kanpur and Raipur, some games will be played in Indore and Dehradun.

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