Yuvraj Singh roars after India's quarter-final win against Australia in 2011 World Cup
Yuvraj Singh roars after India's quarter-final win against Australia in 2011 World Cup
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India's 2011 World Cup champion Yuvraj Singh turns 38 today. Yuvi's fans made his day with delightful birthday wishes on Twitter.

Yuvraj is famously remembered for the six gigantic sixes against Stuart Broad in 2007 T20 World Cup. The memory of this particular match is etched in every cricket fan's heart.

The southpaw has accumulated 11,788 international runs across three formats. He has scored 71 half-centuries and 17 hundreds in his International career spanning over 14 years.

Earlier in June, Yuvraj declared his retirement from International cricket and IPL to play various T20 tournaments across the globe. He featured in the Global T20 Canada for Toronto Nationals and also made his debut in the T10 league representing title-clinching Maratha Arabians.

Yuvraj has been a big critic of Indian cricket's administration and recently opened up on India's poor fielding in the T20I series against West Indies.

Here is how the fans wished the 'Prince of Indian cricket' on his 38th birthday:

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