Yuvraj Singh reached his seventh ICC final, which is the highest for any player in the world.
17 years ago it was in 2000 in the second edition of the champion’s trophy when a real gem was seen for the first time on the cricket field and no one would have thought that he will emerge as one of the best and the cleanest strikers of the cricket ball.
Yuvraj Singh also became the fifth Indian, who played his 300 One Day International on Thursday in the semifinals versus Bangladesh.
Yuvraj Singh played his debut tournament, in ICC Knockout 2000 and he has played seven ICC Tournament finals from 2000 to 2017.
A look at Yuvraj’s six ICC finals so far –
- ICC Knockout 2000
- ICC Champions Trophy 2002
- ICC World Cup 2003
- ICC World T20 2007
- ICC World Cup 2011
- ICC World T20 2014
- ICC Champions Trophy 2017