New Delhi: Veteran Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh on Monday announced his retirement from international cricket.
In a press conference in Mumbai, the celebrated cricketer and one of the biggest match-winners the country has ever produced announced his retirement from cricket. Yuvraj said, "It was great rollercoaster ride and beautiful story but it has to come to an end. It was the right time to go."
His career spanned 19 years after he made his debut in the ICC KnockOut Trophy in Kenya.
The 37-year-old last represented India in June 2017 and bows out with 8701 runs from 304 ODIs at 36.55 with 14 hundreds and 52 fifties.
He played 40 Tests in which he scored 1900 runs at 33.92 with three centuries while in 58 T20Is he amassed 1177 runs at 28.02 with 8 half-centuries.