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BCCI gives Yuvraj Singh a shock, cannot play cricket again

BCCI has given a big blow to former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh. Yuvraj Syed Mushtaq Ali, who retired last year, wanted to play the T20 Trophy tournament, but the BCCI did not allow him to return from retirement. According to reports, Yuvraj Singh did not get approval from BCCI to return from retirement. He wanted to represent Punjab. Now Mandeep Singh will lead Punjab in this tournament.

Punjab did not choose Yuvraj in his team for this tournament starting on 10 January. The BCCI did not approve of his selection in the state team. Yuvraj was also seen practicing at Mohali’s stadium last week.

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Punjab Cricket Association secretary Punit Bali also appealed to Yuvraj to come back from retirement and join the Punjab team. Yuvi was also selected in the 30-member squad of Punjab for the Syed Mushkaq tournament, but the selection committee did not give him a place in the 20-member team.

Fans were excited to see him again on the field, but his fans have also suffered a big setback if they are not cleared by the BCCI. The Syed Muskat tournament will begin on January 10 and the title match will be played on January 31.

These players got a place

BCCI gives Yuvraj Singh a shock, cannot play cricket again

Mandeep Singh (captain), Gurkeerat Mann (vice-captain), Rohan Marwah, Mayank Markande, Barinder Saran, Abhishek Sharma, Ramandeep Singh, Siddharth Kaul, Arshdeep Singh, Harpreet Brar, Baltej Dhandha, Krishna and Gitansh Khera, Anmolpreet Singh, Ammol Malhotra Sanvir Singh, Sandeep Sharma, Karan Kalia, Abhinav Sharma, Prabhasimran Singh.

Yuvraj wanted to play after retirement

BCCI gives Yuvraj Singh a shock, cannot play cricket again

Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from international cricket in the year 2019, after which he played in the Global T20 in Canada and T10 League in UAE. Not allowed, but retired players can play in other countries. For this reason, Yuvraj played outside, but just a few months ago, he again expressed his desire to return to domestic cricket.

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Former India fast bowler S Sreesanth has returned to cricket after 8 years through the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament. Sreesanth is now eyeing the 14th season of the Indian Premier League. According to the reports, Sreesanth can play for his old Rajasthan Royals once again. In 2013, Sreesanth was banned due to spot-fixing.

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S. Sreesanth has told himself to be available for this IPL. The auction can be held for the 14th season of the Indian Premier League on 18 February. It is being claimed that talks are going on between Sreesanth and Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson to return to the IPL.

Sreesanth recently participated in the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament for Kerala. Please tell that Sreesanth’s return to cricket has taken place under the captaincy of Sanju Samson. Sanju Samson led the Kerala team in the SMAT.

Sreesanth gets banned due to spot fixing case

S Sreesanth is ready to return to IPL, this team can claim

In 2013, Sreesanth was banned for spot-fixing. The ban on Sreesanth ended in 2020 and this cleared the way for his return to cricket. Rajasthan Royals are eyeing an Indian fast bowler. Rajasthan has released Ankit Rajput and Varun Arun.

In such a situation, Sreesanth can find a place in the team as an associate of Jofra Archer and Karthik Tyagi. Sreesanth has taken 40 wickets in 44 matches playing in the IPL. S Sreesanth played his last match against Kings XI Punjab on 9 May 2013.

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