Yuvraj Singh paid a visit to Dubai’s Fame Park. In a tug of war contest, he faced up against a liger, and he spent time listening to chaotic beats. During his stay, Yuvraj even had a large snake wrapped around his neck.
Yuvraj Singh, a former India cricketer, displayed his adventurous side by posting a video of him having fun with animals in Dubai’s ‘Fame Park,’ including playing tug of war with a ‘liger.’ Yuvraj and a few of his friends pulled from one end of the rope while a ‘liger’ pulled from the other.
Tiger vs Liger
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Yuvraj was not satisfied with defeating a liger; he also wore a big snake around his neck and fed a bear, monkey, and other wild animals.
Yuvraj stated in the comments section of the video, “Tiger vs. Liger is a battle between two tigers. Tiger vs. liger, and we all know what happened in the end, had a wonderful time overcoming my concerns and connecting with the actual nature of the forest. @sb belhasa and @huzefa ali, thank you.” He continued, “Fame Park is a safe refuge for all animals, where they are cared for and fed in a secure setting. They are in a secure environment, and the caregivers are well-trained and equipped to meet their every need. During the production of this video, no animals were injured.”
Active on social media
In recent months, Yuvraj has been fairly active on social media. On the 10th anniversary of India’s victory in the inaugural T20 World Cup in South Africa in 2007, he shared a photo of himself hitting six sixes against England’s Stuart Broad. Yuvraj’s historic achievement is still remembered as one of the left-career hander’s highlights.
Women’s Australia vs. Women’s India: India Sets a 272-Run Target
On Day 4 of the ongoing pink-ball Test between India Women and Australia Women at the Carrara Oval in Queensland on Sunday, Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana struck runs at a rapid pace as India stretched their advantage to over 200 runs.
At Tea, India were 106/2 with a lead of 242 runs. India were 106/2 at Tea, with a 242-run lead. Shafali led India’s charge with a superb half-century.
India got off to a fantastic start in their second innings after resuming with a 136-run advantage, as the opening pair of Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana put on 51 runs in the first 14 overs.
With the visitors leading by 206 runs, Sophie Molineux removed Mandhana (31) in the 18th over, bringing an end to the 70-run opening stand.
Yastika Bhatia (3) failed to make an impact with the bat and was removed by Ashleigh Gardner in the 21st over, lowering India to 74/2. Punam Raut and Shafali, in the end, ensured that the visitors did not lose any more wickets before tea.
Meg Lanning, Australia’s captain, declared the innings at 241/9, with the team still down by 136 runs. Ellyse Perry remained unbeaten for the hosts with a score of 67.
Due to the lack of purchase from the surface, Indian bowlers were forced to work hard and were unable to make an early breakthrough. Deepti Sharma finally got rid of the well-established Gardner after a long struggle, giving India Women the opportunity they needed.
India took great advantage of the new ball as it became available, with Meghna Singh scalping two wickets and Pooja Vastrakar striking in her comeback spell.
The visitors could have folded Australia’s innings a long time ago if Perry hadn’t been dropped at least twice.
India Women would be happy coming into the interval because they lead by 136 runs, but with 71 overs remaining, the game may still be in anyone’s hands. It’ll be really interesting to see how things turn out.
The historic pink-ball Test match is already nicely set up, and join us at 17.10 local (0710 GMT) for the second session as India Women bat.