Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh. (Source: Twitter)

Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has been making headlines for quite some time now for his bold statements. The left-handed player is once again in news after revealing that there are “some people” in the commentary box whom he can’t tolerate.

In a live session with Mohammad Kaif, Yuvraj said, “You can get along with people. I can’t tolerate some people in the commentary box (laughs).”

Asked whether he would like to pursue a career as a cricket commentator, Yuvraj said that it depends upon the time. “It really depends if a time comes when I want to commentate, I will,” he said.

Earlier, Yuvraj made a bold statement about Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni’s captaincy on how he didn’t really get support from them while also said that Suresh Raina was one played whom Dhoni backed a lot.

Yuvraj and Kaif had played together for India U19 and even won the first World Cup for India at the junior level back in the year 2000 after which both the players were handed India cap. Kaif became the first captain to lead India to victory in the U19 World Cup.

While Yuvraj was part of the U19 tournament, he also represented India in 2007 World T20 and ICC World Cup 2011. India won both the tournaments under Dhoni’s captaincy. Moreover, both Raina and Kohli were a part of the Indian setup in 2011.