Welcoming Yuvraj's decision to return, Gautam Gambhir joined hands with BCCI

Bangla Hunt Desk: Yuvraj Singh, the Man of the Tournament for the 2011 World Cup, retired from all forms of cricket after holding a press conference during the World Cup last year due to a long absence from the national team. However, the young Indian all-rounder has caused quite a stir among the fans by saying that Yubi wants to return to 22 yards.

At one time, Yubi won more than one match against India with bat and ball. One hand alone has changed the color of many matches. Yuvraj's devastating batting has captivated thousands of Indian cricket fans. So naturally Indian cricket fans are overwhelmed when they hear the news of Yubi's return to 22 yards. At the same time, Gautam Gambhir, a former teammate of Yubi and a former India opener, was overjoyed to hear about Yubi's return to 22 yards.

This time Gautam Gambhir welcomed the decision of Yuvraj to return and stood by his side. Gautam Gambhir said when a cricketer says goodbye to cricket and when he returns to cricket is a personal matter. No one should interfere in this matter, I think it would be good for Indian cricket if Yuvraj came back to Baishag. If Yuvraj wants to play Twenty20 for Punjab, let him play, no one should have any problem with that. This means that Goti indirectly said this to the BCCI.