Yuvraj Singh, a former all-rounder for India who retired from all forms of international cricket in 2019, was one of the most potent batters the nation has ever produced. The cricketer from Punjab rose to the occasion on numerous occasions to help Team India win challenging matches. Yuvraj performed admirably and hit many milestones in every format. Yuvraj smashed six consecutive sixes off Stuart Broad’s bowling during the 2007 T20 World Cup match against England, marking one such milestone. Yuvraj attacked Broad in the 19th over of the 2007 T20 World Cup match against England by slamming six consecutive sixes to reach his 50 off just 12 balls. In the end, he contributed to India scoring 218/4 in 20 overs with a knock of 58 runs off just 16 balls. In the end, India prevailed by 18 runs, and left-handed batsman Yuvraj also had a significant impact in the 2007 T20 World Cup semifinals. India eventually prevailed over Pakistan in the championship match to claim the trophy.
Yuvraj had a very special “partner” to revisit on the 15th anniversary of his victory over England, and that partner was none other than his 9-month-old son, Orion Keech Singh. In a video that Yuvraj Singh shared on Twitter, his son Orion could be seen watching the 2007 match while perched on his father’s knee. Yuvraj had struck six sixes off Stuart Broad’s bowling during the match. “Couldn’t have found a better partner to watch this together with after 15 years,” tweeted Yuvraj. Yuvraj made his T20I debut in 2007 against Scotland. He participated in 58 games in the 20-over format in all, scoring 1,177 runs with 8 half-centuries. Additionally, he claimed 28 wickets at a 7.06 economy rate. He is now competing in the Road Safety World Series for the India Legends team, which is coached by Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar.