Yuvraj Singh is one of the greatest limited-overs players that the country has seen over the years. While he could time the ball as clean as possible, no boundary was long enough for him once the swashbuckling left-hander got going in full flow. While he was a brutal force to reckon with during his playing days, post his retirement his strength was found insufficient to win a tug of war against a liger.
Yes, you read it right. The former India all-rounder had taken to Instagram to show his adventurous day out to his fans. In a video, he could be seen having fun with the animal kingdom at Frame Park in Dubai. In the same clip, Yuvi could be seen participating in a tug of war game with a liger. While Yuvraj and his friends were at one end of the rope, on the other it was a liger who could be seen pulling the rope.
Eventually, the human team lost against the beast but from the looks of it, Yuvraj had a fun time. Later he even put a snake around his neck and spent some time with a bear, monkey and other wild animals.
"Tiger vs liger and of course we know the end result 🤪🥵 had a lovely experience overcoming my fears, interacting with the true nature of the jungle. Thank you @sb_belhasa and @huzefa_ali," the clip shared by the 39-year-old was captioned.
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Although Yuvi announced his retirement from international cricket in 2019, he keeps his fans entertained with his social media activities. Recently, he enacted his six sixes in an overact in a video in which he himself can be seen playing the roles of himself, Dhoni and Andrew Flintoff. The video was hilarious and was made at his residence.
He also remembered India's T20 World Cup win in 2007 where the dashing left-handed was adjudged the Player of the tournament. It was in this tournament itself that Yuvi had smashed those six sixes off Stuart Broad after a verbal altercation with Flintoff. Yuvi was last seen on the cricket field in the Road Safety World Series where he was part of the India Legends side led by Sachin Tendulkar. The Punjab-born cricketer played a couple of superb innings in that competition meant to spread awareness about Road Safety in India, sending his fans on a trip down the memory lane.