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Yuvraj Singh announces retirement: ‘Time to say goodbye’

After an international career spanning 19 years, Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh finally called the curtains on his illustrious cricket career on Monday.

In conversation with Yuvraj Singh at Trident Hotel in Mumbai on Monday afternoon. (Express Photo By Pradip Das)

Yuvraj Singh had made his international debut for India against Australia in 2000. (Express Photo By Pradip Das)

Yuvraj Singh had made 84 in his first ODI innings vs Australia. (Express Photo By Pradip Das)

Yuvraj Singh won Man of the Tournament in 2011 World Cup. (Express Photo By Pradip Das)

Yuvraj Singh in Tests: 40 matches, 1900 runs, 3 centuries. (Express Photo By Pradip Das)

Yuvraj Singh in ODIs: 304 macthes, 8701 runs, 14 centuries, 111 wickets. (Express Photo By Pradip Das)

Yuvraj Singh in T20Is: 58 macthes, 1177 runs, 8 fifties, 28 wickets. (Express Photo By Pradip Das)

Yuvraj Singh in the 2011 World Cup: 362 runs, 15 wickets. (Express Photo By Pradip Das)

Yuvraj Singh holds the record of the fastest fifty with Chris Gayle, in 12 balls. (Express Photo By Pradip Das)

Yuvraj Singh won Player of the Tournament in 2007 T20 World Cup, after hitting six sixes in a single over against England's Stuart Broad. (Express Photo By Pradip Das)