Kapil Dev Was a Different League Altogether: Yuvraj Singh Replies to Ravi Shastri’s Sledge

Yuvraj Singh replies to Ravi Shastri

On the 37th commemoration of India’s 1983 World Cup triumph, Ravi Shastri accepted the open door to settle the score with Yuvraj Singh with a blow for blow answer after the last commended the success at Lord’s on his social media.

Prior, Shastri had praised the individuals from the 2011 World Cup-winning group on Twitter on the ninth commemoration of the event, just labelling Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar.

Yuvraj, who won the Player-of-the-Series in the World Cup, tweeted a reply to the 58-year-old saying that the ‘senior’ could have tagged him and MS Dhoni, whose 91* proved crucial to overcoming Sri Lanka in the final, in the post.

On Thursday, Yuvraj tweeted about India’s verifiable first-since forever World Cup win in 1983 which the group had overseen in the wake of beating West Indies in the finals by 43 runs.

However, the 38-year-old did not tag any player from the 1983 squad, and Shastri pointed out to Yuvraj that he had not tagged then India captain Kapil Dev.

Shastri Slams Back Yuvraj Singh

Thereafter, Shastri answered to Yuvraj and said that he was a legend in World Cups. The previous India all-rounder assumed an indispensable role in India’s effective crusades in the 2007 T20 World Cup and the 2011 World Cup in the sub-mainland.

Concerning the 1983 triumph, in the last, it was West Indies who won the hurl and put India in to bat first. In any case, the Kapil Dev-drove side could just put 183 on the board. In answer, West Indies were bowled out for 140 to a prevalent bowling execution by India. Mohinder Amarnath was picked as the man of the match as he scored 26 runs with the bat and got three wickets with the ball.



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