India‘s veteran explosive batsman and all-rounder Yuvraj Singh seemed to be visibly upset at an event, when he was asked by the media over the captaincy of the present Indian team, and who should take over. Yuvraj, who was attending an event at the ‘Virat Kohli Foundation’ in Mumbai, had a charity dinner being organised for underprivileged kids, as it saw a number of sports personalities and celebrities attending. The media, during the event, asked Yuvraj about the captaincy issue, which upset Yuvraj and he promptly avoided the question by saying that he is here to talk about the event, and not cricket.

However, later when he was asked about the event and the dinner as well, he said that it was indeed a good arrangement and responsibility towards the underprivileged communities, reported Downtownfeed. Yuvraj Singh: Amazing feeling to win IPL 2016

Earlier, seasoned batsman Yuvraj Singh, whose team Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) clinched their maiden Indian Premier League (IPL) crown defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the final, said the win is right next to his victories in the 50-over World Cup and the World Twenty20. “It is an amazing feeling to win an IPL trophy. I have won the World Cups but never won an IPL trophy. I have been playing this tournament for eight years now but never won it. That moment has finally come,” Yuvraj was quoted as saying by iplt20.com. Yuvraj imitates good friend Gayle post SRH’s win over RCB

“I had never tasted the sweetness of an IPL trophy and this is something really amazing. At the moment this trophy will go right on top in my trophy cabinet. This one will go along with my World Cup victories,” the southpaw added. The David Warner-led Sunrisers Hyderabad beat hosts RCB by eight runs to clinch their maiden IPL trophy at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday night.