Yuvraj, who holds the record for hitting Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over, stayed unbeaten on 49 from 20 conveyances and he by and large crushed six maximums in the match as India Legends posted a monstrous 218/3 out of 20 overs against West Indies Legends.
India Legends player Yuvraj Singh indeed brought the fans down the world of fond memories as he crushed four sixes in an over against West Indies in the main semi-last of Road Safety World Series T20 on Wednesday (March 17).
Yuvraj, who holds the record for hitting Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over, stayed unbeaten on 49 from 20 conveyances and he generally speaking crushed six maximums in the match as the hosts posted a colossal 218/3 of every 20 overs after they were put to bat first.
The gore from Yuvraj came in the nineteenth over, which was bowled by Mahendra Nagamootoo. The southpaw sent initial three chunks of the over into the stands prior to missing the fourth conveyance. Yuvi at that point crushed a six on the fifth conveyance too and missed the last ball. The over read – 6, 6, 6, 0, 6, 0.
Prominently, Yuvraj was dropped on 3 by Sulieman Benn.
Curiously, this was the second time in the competition that Yuvraj was on six-hitting binge, as on March 13, the southpaw crushed four sequential sixes to Zander De Bruyn in the conflict against South Africa Legends.
Discussing the match, Virender Sehwag scored quickfire 35, while India Legends captain Sachin Tendulkar crushed 65 to help their side set a 219-run focus for Brian Lara-drove West Indies Legends in the take out match.