Harbhajan Singh Explains Why Yuvraj Singh Would Have Been a Great Captain For Team India

New Delhi: Former India international and spin bowling legend Harbhajan Singh has said that if Yuvraj Singh was the captain of Team India, the 40-year-old would have been very successful and his players would have worked hard enough.Read also – Ravishastri explains how Dinesh Karthik and Rishabh Pant fit into India’s T20 World Cup squad

“I think if Yuvraj was a leader, none of our careers would have been long. Because no matter what we played, we did it to our best and no hero could save us with an ax. When you lead the country, you have to set aside friendships and think about the country first, ”Harbhajan said. SportsKeeda. Read also – Ravichandran Ashwin reveals the story behind an Epic chat with Tim Paine during the Border-Gavaskar 2020-21 series

“If Yuvraj Singh was the captain of India, we would have to sleep quickly and wake up (laughs). We had to work very hard. He was a great captain. His record speaks for itself as he won the player of the tournament at the 2011 World Cup, which gives us respect,” he added. Also read – Harbhajan Singh regrets Sreesanth’s clash in IPL 2008, saying I am embarrassed

Yuvraj Singh has played the captaincy for Kings XI Punjab and Pune Warriors in the Indian Premier League. He has led his teams in 43 matches, won 21 and lost the same number.

Yuvraj has taken 150 wickets in 402 international matches with 11,778 runs for Team India.

Harbhajan and Yuvraj are both part of the 2007 and 2011 World Cup winning teams, where the latter became the tournament’s players in both tournaments.

In an interview with Sports18 last month, Yuvraj said that he had to be captain of the T20 World Cup but lost to MS Dhoni due to a brawl with Greg Chappell.

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