'Tough times don’t last'- Yuvraj Singh posts a tweet for Manchester United

‘Tough times don’t last’- Yuvraj Singh posts a tweet for Manchester United

Yuvraj Singh retired from all forms of cricket earlier this year in July.

Yuvraj Singh  (Photo by Boris Streubel/Getty Images for Laureus)

Cricket is one of those sports that has got a big fanbase around the globe but then there is Football which is very popular among the Indian cricket players. It is one of those sports that comes under the list of most followed by the people across the world where cricket lags a bit.

Indian skipper Virat Kohli is a very keen follower of football, MS Dhoni was the goalkeeper in his school team before he picked up the wicketkeeping gloves in cricket and now the former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has come down to support his favorite club.

Indian players have been seen playing football majorly during their practice session and we have seen these players in a football banter against Bollywood actors in the past but now former Indian Yuvraj has come down to support his favorite club Manchester United. After retiring from cricket, the left-handed batter has found a new hobby for him as he has become more active on social media platforms.

Yuvraj Singh tweets a comeback message for his favorite football club

In his recent activity on Twitter, he posted a comeback message showing his love for an English club Manchester United who faced their 3rd defeat by 1-0 in English Premier League since the season has commenced, and wrote, “Tough times don’t last! Tough men do.@ManUtd,”

Here is the tweet:

Actually Manchester United is one of the top clubs in the English league but in the last six years, the graph of their performance is on its decline. They have some big and famous players across the world but they are not able to make a comeback, their 3rd defeat of the season came against another English club Newcastle United.

Virar Kohli, the Indian skipper is also a big fan of this game and is also the co-owner of FC Goa which is one of the 10 clubs that features in the Indian Super League. This league just takes place in the Indian origin across the country which has earlier featured some global football players in it like Alessandro Del Piero (Italy), Nicolas Anelka (France), Florent Malouda (Guiana) and few others.

The 37-year-old Chandigarh born all-rounder was one of the best cricketers that Indian soil has ever produced, he has played 40 Tests, 304 ODIs and 58 T20Is and has managed to get more than 10,000 international runs and 100 wickets across all the formats.

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