Best performances of Yuvraj Singh till date

Yuvraj Singh, the name itself takes us back to so many memories we have with the superstar! Be it getting the trophy for the man of the match or scoring that splendid century, making the team proud and win big, we have loved Yuvraj ever since he’s been a part of the team. His outstanding performance has always been a talk of the town. Let’s know the best of Yuvraj Singh

Yes! The 1st moment that comes to our mind when we think of the best performances of Yuvraj Singh is when he hit THOSE 6 SIXES in an over in the 2007 World Cup against England. Poor Stuart Bora, he was very disheartened after that match!

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Well, Yuvraj Singh continued to impress one and all. His performance in the against Australia in the ICC World Cup 2007 was another one worth remembering. Scoring 70 runs in 30 balls, again with 5 SIXES in an over is totally impressive, we must say!

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Scoring an amazing 50 again in partnership with Rahul Dravid in the 2003 World Cup, Yuvraj finished the match in a style that made India win. Though this match is and always will be remembered for one of the best matches of Sachin Tendulkar, Yuvraj finished it with a class! 

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Though he was battling with cancer during the 2011 World Cup, Yuvi made sure he was still playing and making his team and country proud. Yuvraj was down during the year but managed to score a 50 in 108 balls

Yuvraj Singh Winning Moments
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India had lost hopes of winning in the 2011 World Cup when MS Dhoni was out with only 7 runs and India still needed about 70 runs to win the match against Australia. That’s when Yuvi stepped in to give Australia a tuff time, taking the limelight and scoring an unbeaten 57 runs partnering with Suresh Raina and make the team win

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In the 2011 World Cup, Yuvraj was the 1st player to hit the benchmark of 300 runs after Kapil Dev in any World Cup, with 4 half centuries and 1 century, scoring a total of 362 runs. Also being the one to take 16 wickets during the World Cup beating Kapil Dev’s record of 10 wickets. Now that’s a significant achievement!

Yuvraj Singh Bowling
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