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Erin Holland blames Yuvraj Singh for a fan’s query

"Time is running guys, get ready for the wedding," Yuvraj Singh told Erin and Ben earlier.

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Yuvraj Singh, Ben Cutting, Erin Holland
Yuvraj Singh, Ben Cutting, Erin Holland. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The ‘wedding bells’ episode between Erin Holland and Yuvraj Singh has taken an interesting turn. Earlier in the Global T20 Canada, the start of the match between Toronto Nationals and Edmonton Royals was delayed slightly due to rain. Cashing in on the opportunity, Holland decided to interview her fiancee Ben Cutting who is a part of the Royals’ squad.

As this interview was sailing along quite smoothly, Yuvraj Singh decided to crash in and have some fun. He reminded this couple of their wedding as both of them burst into a laugh. “Time is running guys, get ready for the wedding,” the former Indian all-rounder said back then. Now, during a game, a fan tried to replicate this scene with his placard and remind Ben Cutting and Erin Holland of their wedding.

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‘When is the wedding guys?’

During a knockout game, a fan turned up with a placard which had the message, “GT20 Canada Final tomorrow. But when is the wedding guys?” Erin Holland found this quite funny and shared a picture of the same on her social media platforms. Moreover, she even blamed Yuvraj Singh for this and called it his fault.

“Hahaha this one is all your fault @YUVSTRONG12 #whenstheweddingguys @GT20Canada @Cuttsy31,” she wrote in her tweet.

How has Yuvraj Singh fared in the GT20 Canada?

Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from international cricket very recently. Moreover, he even decided to bid adieu to the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL). Yet, the southpaw felt that he had some cricket still left in him and thus wanted to make the most of this twilight phase of his career. To enjoy his game to the fullest, he decided to participate in the Global T20 Canada this year.

He led the Toronto Nationals who finished in the top-four. However, the team was quite unlucky and lost the eliminator by two runs after the DLS Method kicked in as there was a rain interruption. Yuvi, after having got to a slow start in the tournament, played well in some of the games. He scored 153 runs in 6 games at an average of 38.25 but struggled throughout due to a sore back.

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