Yuvraj Singh was a part of the Indian team during the WC 2003, 2007 and 2011.

Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has made a bold revelation about not getting much support from MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli. Yuvraj revealed that he had more fond memories while playing under current BCCI President Sourav Ganguly than the other skippers.

Yuvraj who was a part of the Indian team in World Cup 2003, 2007, 2011 and World T20 2007 made his debut for the side under Ganguly in the year 2000 during the Champions trophy alongside Zaheer Khan.

Yuvraj made his debut against Kenya but didn’t get a chance to bat against them. He played his first innings against Australia in the same tournament and scored 84.

In an interview with Sportstar, the former India all-rounder said, “I have played under Sourav [Ganguly] and had a lot of support from him. I didn’t have that kind of support from Mahi [MS Dhoni] and Virat [Kohli].”

Yuvraj was adjudged Man of the tournament in the World Cup 2011 that India lifted after defeating Sri Lanka in the final in Mumbai while played a massive role in the team’s winning triumph in World T20 in 2007. This was the same tournament where he smacked Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over and complete a half-century in 12 balls while scored a 30-ball 70 against Australi in the semis.

Yuvraj played a total of 304 ODIs where he scored over 8000 runs while scalped 111 wickets. In T20Is, the left-handed batsman represented India in 58 matches scoring 1177 runs and picking 28 wickets.