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Yuvraj Singh reveals what Andrew Flintoff had said him in world cup 2007

Finally, Yuvraj Singh reveals what Andrew Flintoff had said to him during the world cup 2007. Yuvraj Singh hit 6 sixes in an over of Stuart broad.

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YUVRAJ SINGH 6 SIXES IN AN OVER IN WORLD CUP 2007

Every cricket fan knows the Yuvraj Singh’s 6 sixes in an over of Stuart Broad against England in 2007. T20 World cup was hosted the first time by the ICC in 2007. Yuvraj Singh 6 Sixes in the first T20 world cup is one of the greatest moments in Indian cricket. It’s also a dream of every cricket player to hit 6 sixes in an over especially in international.

The confrontation between Andrew Flintoff and Yuvraj Singh was an epic in that world cup. Now, after a long time, Yuvraj Singh has revealed what Andrew Flintoff actually said to him due to which He had hit 6 sixes in an over of Stuart Broad.

Conversation between Andrew Flintoff and Yuvraj Singh

Flintoff: Those were f***ing ridiculous shots
Yuvraj: F*** you
Flintoff: Excuse me?
Yuvraj: You heard what I said
Flintoff: I will cut your throat off
Yuvraj: You see this bat in my hand. You know where I am gonna hit you with this bat?

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England Captain Andrew Flintoff thought that if He will sledge Yuvraj then it will work in favor of England to get wickets. But He didn’t know that he has done one of the biggest mistakes of his career and Stuart Broad has to pay the fine of his mistake.



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In the very next over, Yuvraj Singh hit 6 sixes in an over of Stuart Board and He shut up the mouth of Andrew Flintoff with his bat. In this match, He scored 58 runs in 16 balls and India scored 218/4 in 20 overs. India won this match by 18 runs.

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The short highlight of Yuvraj Singh’s 6 sixes in an over.

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