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Australian players also honored Stuart Broad, Yuvraj’s tweet about retirement went viral

Australian players also honored Stuart Broad, Yuvraj's tweet about retirement went viral

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Yuvraj Singh and Stuart Broad

The fifth match of the Ashes Test series is played between England and Australia. This is the last Test match for England’s star bowler, Stuart Broad. Stuart Broad was awarded an Australian honor guard as he came out to bat for the last time in Test cricket on the fourth day of the fifth and final Ashes Test at The Oval on Sunday. It was one of the most historic moments in Test cricket history. On the other hand, on this occasion, former India player Yuvraj Singh also posted a post for him on social media.

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The 37-year-old Broad had announced after the end of the game on the third day that he would be retiring from all forms of the game. He finished his career with 602 Test wickets and became one of only two fast bowlers to take over 600 Test wickets, along with fellow bowler James Anderson, who was caught by Broad on the fourth day of the game. With As Broad and Anderson came out to take the England lead to 389/9 in their second innings, they were greeted by an Australian team honor guard and a standing ovation from the packed Oval crowd.

Yuvraj wrote this

On this occasion, Yuvraj Singh wrote on his social media that Take a bowl Stuart Broad Congratulations on an amazing Test run. One of the best and most dangerous red ball bowlers, and a true legend. His journey and determination have been extremely inspiring. Best of luck for the next step, Brody. This Yuvraj post is going very viral on social media. Yuvraj Singh struck Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over in the 2007 T20 World Cup.

In his final Test innings, Broad failed to score from Mitchell Starc’s first five deliveries, but managed to hit the left-arm pacer for a six over midwicket on the last ball. This turned out to be Broad’s last ball in Test cricket as Anderson, batting at the other end, was disallowed in the next over by Todd Murphy. Anderson’s sacking meant England were bowled out for 395 in 81.5 overs, which set Australia on a target of 384, with Broad aiming to take more wickets in their final Test match and leave the hosts with the current series. Ashes 2-2. to match

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