Yesterday was the first match of the second edition of global t20 Canada league 2019. Toronto National played against Vancouver Knights. Vancouver Knights won the match by eight wickets. But during the Toronto nationals batting, Yuvraj Singh walks off the field despite being not out.
Yuvraj Singh played a shot, but he missed and bowled went to wicket-keeper and then on to the stump at that time Yuvraj Singh thought that he is out of the crease and he walked towards the pavilion. But in the tv replay, he was in the crease. After this, people started to troll the umpire for the poor decision.
After the match, Chadwick Walton said, “It was pretty good (the pitch) and very good compared to last year. It looks like a world-class venue and the facilities are excellent. Nice to get some runs for the team.”
Chris Gayle said, “It’s a good start and to get a win in style is pleasing, and it was a good toss to win. I’m pretty pleased with how the boys played, especially with the bat. Rassie and Walton played well in the end. He (Yuvi) is spot on, and he will be okay for the next game.”
Yuvraj Singh said, “It was a good game, but we were never in the game. Credit to the Knights though, they played really well. My back is not so great at the moment; maybe a few drinks tonight will help me relax a bit.”
Here the video of Yuvraj Singh 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
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Playing for Toronto Nationals in opening match of Global T20 Canada,Yuvraj Singh 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/KztPLtQoI1
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Rassie van der Dussen said, “We’ve got a good all-round squad, a solid game plan and everyone knows their roles. Our first ten overs were brilliant – they scored 60-odd and got 100 runs in the last ten overs. 160 were never going to be enough on this wicket.”