What is the work of Yuvraj Singh with the player who auctioned the honor of the country? picture is going viral

Yuvraj Singh and Mohammad Asif together in America

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The viral picture made headlines when Mohammad Asif shared it on his Twitter handle. This picture is from when both these cricketers from India and Pakistan had arrived in America to participate in an event related to sports.

Yuvraj Singh (Yuvraj Singh) A picture that surfaced in front of America is becoming increasingly viral. This picture is spreading like fire on social media. The reason behind this happening is that another player standing with him in the picture, who had publicly auctioned the honor of his country 12 years ago. We are talking Mohammad Asif (Mohammad Asif) Of. Actually, the picture going viral became headlines only when Mohammad Asif shared it on his Twitter handle. This picture is from when India and Pakistan (India – Pakistan) Both of these cricketers had come to participate in an event related to sports in America.

Mohammad Asif is one of the tainted cricketers of Pakistan cricket. This stain on him was due to spot-fixing in the Lord’s Test in the year 2010, after which he was banned for 5 years and also had to face jail. Although the ban imposed on Asif for not playing international cricket ended in 2016, he failed to make a comeback in the team. After his return from the ban, he definitely played a few years in domestic cricket.

Asif shares picture with Yuvraj

So now you must have understood that why Yuvraj Singh’s picture with Mohammad Asif has dominated social media. Sharing the picture, Mohammad Asif wrote in the caption – Friendship knows no bounds.

This cricketer praised Asif

Not only did Yuvraj Singh meet Mohammad Asif in America, along with Pakistan’s left arm pacer Ruman Raees also met him. Ruman has been out of the Pakistan team for the last 4 years. On meeting Asif, he was seen extolling his understanding of cricket.

Ruman Raees shared a picture with Mohammad Asif on social media and wrote that it became easier to understand cricket by talking to him.