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Yuvraj Singh hits 6 sixes 'Right-Handed' in Australian YouTuber's Video- Must Watch - See Latest
Yuvraj Singh hits 6 sixes 'Right-Handed' in Australian YouTuber's Video- Must Watch

The cricket season has come to standstill due to coronavirus outbreak into the nationwide all the players being under self-isolation. While cricketer lovers will be hoping that cricket season gets start soon. Recently, a cricket fan from Australia has been fulfilling the needs of other fans around the world by posting the old matches videos with a twist. In that match, Yuvraj Singh scored 58 runs off 16 balls. India had scored 218 runs for four wickets in 20 overs, in response, England could score 200 runs for six wickets in 20 overs.

Yuvraj Singh hits 6 sixes 'Right-Handed'

The first T20 World Cup was played in 2007 and the title was won by Team India under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. In the same tournament, former India team all-rounder Yuvraj Singh hit six consecutive sixes in one over of Stuart Broad against England. A YouTuber by the name of Rob Moody has been making noises on social media with his cricket posts. Moody's YouTube identifier 'robelinda' has a combined account of over 737 million followers and has an extensive collection of old cricket images, which has kept fans glued to social media.

Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh who hit six sixes against Stuart Broad during the inaugural T20 World Cup in South Africa in 2007 will forever remain on the minds of all cricket fans. However, Rob Moody made fans wonder if Yuvraj had accomplished the feat while hitting with his right hand. Yuvraj Singh has hit lefties throughout his career, but in the recent video that appeared online thanks to Rob Moody, the former cricketer can be seen hitting sixes against Stuart Broad while hitting to the right.

Yuvraj Singh hits 6 sixes in Australian YouTuber's Video

This isn't the only video with a twist showing left-handed hitters hitting with the right hand. Rob Moody's Twitter account is awash with videos in which legendary players like Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, Ricky Ponting, and Kumar Sangakkara have been beaten with the right hand.

In that match against England, there was an argument between Yuvi and Flintoff, after which Broad came for bowling, and Yuvi fired all the anger in that over of Broad. Flintoff said, 'I was sledding Yuvraj Singh. The next over was of Broad, he first hit a six over the ball, then the second and then successively sixes all over. Yuvraj was looking at me after every six. I provoked Yuvraj and his anger went out on Broad.

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