Yuvraj Singh’s hilarious response to Soumya Sarkar: The recently retired cricketer has eventually responded to the viral meme.
Veteran cricketer Yuvraj Singh had announced his retirement from international cricket on Monday. Despite the week coming to an end, the prominent player is still receiving wishes from his well-wishers across the globe.
Timelines on social media platform Twitter are still full with congratulatory messages for the cricketer. Having played a vital role in India’s World Cup victories in 2007 and 2011, Yuvraj has undoubtedly hung his boots as a legendary player in the limited-overs format.
Among one of the posts which has gone viral with respect to Yuvraj’s retirement is of Bangladesh opening batsman Soumya Sarkar. The 26-year old cricketer took to his Facebook page to wish well for Yuvraj.
“Thank you, Yuvi paaji. You are one of the best left-handed batsmen I have ever seen.I always looked up to your style & batting technique, have learnt so much from you. Wish you prosperity & success in your new journey,” read the caption of Sarkar’s post.
Sarkar’s caption seemed to have been copied from India opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan’s tweet, who had also written the exact words for the retired cricketer. Upon coming into notice, the same was converted into a meme which has been doing the rounds on Twitter.
Yuvraj Singh’s hilarious response to Soumya Sarkar
Once the same caught Yuvraj’s attention, perhaps his jolly nature couldn’t stop him from responding to it in a hilarious manner in addition to retweeting it.
— DieHardCricketFans (@diehardcricfans) June 14, 2019
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) June 14, 2019
Read more tweets on the same below:
Soumya Sarkar: Hey can I copy your homework?
Shikhar Dhawan: Ok but change it so people don’t find out.
— Ashwin Nair (@ashwinskn) June 14, 2019
— SoumyoJ!T (@Iam_soumyojit) June 13, 2019
@SDhawan25 can you learn from Bangladesh opener Soumya Sarkar , a thing or two abt batting .
— Artificial Stupidity (@ashmantak12) June 5, 2019
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