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Yuvraj Singh’s dance video viral on New Year 2022, Sehwag celebrated like this

Yuvraj Singh Dance Video & Virendra Sehwag New Year 2022 Celebration: Former India player Yuvraj Singh has shared an interesting video on the occasion of New Year 2022. In this he has shown old moments. Yuvraj is also seen dancing in the video. While the whole world is celebrating on the occasion of New Year, Yuvraj also celebrated the occasion. Along with Yuvraj, Virender Sehwag also celebrated. He has tweeted a photo with his family.

In the video that Yuvraj Singh has tweeted, he is seen dancing. In the beginning, he is seen doing workouts and later he is seen trying his hand at bowling too. Along with this, Yuvraj is also seen driving the car. This video of him has been liked by hundreds of people on Twitter and many people have also given this reaction.

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Former veteran player Virender Sehwag has tweeted a photo with the family. They are seen having dinner with the family. Sehwag has also given all the best wishes in the caption along with the photo. Thousands of people have liked this picture of him.

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Let us tell you that Yuvraj Singh and Virender Sehwag are one of the legendary players of Team India. Yuvraj played the last international test match in the year 2012. At the same time, the last ODI match was played against West Indies in 2017. Talking about Sehwag, he played the last Test match in 2013 and the last ODI in 2013.

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