Yuvraj Singh hilariously trolled Sourav Ganguly

Yuvraj Singh hilariously trolled Sourav Ganguly

Yuvraj Singh hilariously trolled Sourav Ganguly(pic source : the cricket times)

Yuvraj Singh is currently playing in Global T20 Canada League for Toronto nationals while Sourav Ganguly Hosting his show Dadagiri. This is the 8th season of Dadagiri.  Dadagiri is the Bangla quiz show that can host By Sourav Ganguly.

Sourav Ganguly promoted his show and social media and wrote, “Start of my first episode of Dadagiri season 8.” After that Former West Indian cricketer, Brian Lara wanted to know that, “what is Dadagiri?” Sourav Ganguly replied to his question and said, “Champ it’s a reality game show I am hosting for last seven years. How r u… where r u.” But Yuvraj Singh came up with an epic reply on brain Lara’s question and replied, “Basically he’s a bully he bullies youngsters”. Yuvraj Singh always tries to make funs.

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Start of my first episode of dadagiri season 8..

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Here the Yuvraj Singh’s comment

Yuvraj Singh Sourav Ganguly comment
Yuvraj Singh Sourav Ganguly

Yuvraj Singh recently announced his retirement from international cricket. Yuvraj Singh made his debut under Sourav Ganguly in the ICC Champions Trophy 22010 against Kenya. Yuvi won the player of the tournament in the world cup 2011 and ICC the world t20i 2007. He is the only player to hit six sixes in an over in t20i internationals. During the ICC world T20I 2007, he smashed six sixes to Stuart Board.

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need to find a way to go beyond semis, Says Sourav Ganguly.

“I’m opposed to too many players being moved around. I’m for stability, not a stop-start type of an environment,” Ganguly told The Print.

“We haven’t won a global tournament since the 2013 Champions Trophy.

“We have to find a way to move beyond the last-four stage. Look at what England did in the recent World Cup. Learning from 2015, they transformed themselves into world-beaters.”

Ganguly said there had to be “clear” communications between the selectors, team management and players.

“We don’t need cameos only; we need match-winning innings or spells. Learn from Virat, Rohit (Sharma) and (Jasprit) Bumrah… Mohammed Shami too.”

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