Natwest Trophy to 2011 World Cup: 5 times Yuvraj Singh rocked ODI cricket
Monday, 10 June 2019 () NEW DELHI: Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from all international cricket on Monday. In an international career that spanned nearly 17 years, Yuvraj established himself as arguably one of the greatest limited overs players India has ever produced. In 304 ODI matches, Yuvraj scored 8701 runs and averaged 36.55, making him India's seventh highest run-scorer in the format. He was also a more than handy spinner and was recognised as one of the best fielders in the world at his peak. Yuvraj's best performances with the bat: 1. 150 off 127 balls vs England (January 19, 2017) This was part of Yuvraj's second comeback in...
One performance is never enough to highlight Yuvraj Singh's contribution to Indian cricket. But if there was one phase when he ruled world cricket, it had to be during the 2011 World Cup in India. And..
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