Yuvraj Singh got back to the T20 format after recently announcing his retirement from international cricket and the Indian Premier League.
Yuvraj Singh's first competitive match after his retirement from international cricket ended in a bizarre way during the second edition of Global T20 Canada.
Yuvraj is leading Toronto Nationals and in the match against Chris Gayle's Vancouver Knights in Bramton, he was seen struggling with his back and with the bat before scoring a painstaking 27-ball 14.
In the 17th over of Toronto's innings, Yuvraj nicked the ball but wicketkeeper Tobias Visee failed to catch it. However, the ball deflected off the keeper's gloves onto the stumps. Yuvraj's back foot was inside the crease when the bails came off but he walked off even before the on-field umpires made a decision.
The pain in his back probably prompted him to walk off even though he was clearly not out.
Watch Video of Yuvraj's bizarre dismissal:
Playing for Toronto Nationals in opening match of Global T20 Canada #YuvrajSingh walked off despite being not out.The 37-year-old was stumped in Vancouver Knights' bowler Rizwan Cheema's over after wicketkeeper dropped catch on stumps.Yuvraj was still in crease as per the replays pic.twitter.com/fcKXzGwWNL— ebianfeatures (@ebianfeatures) July 26, 2019