Exactly a decade ago, veteran Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh, played one of the best innings of his career. During the second semi-final of the inaugural ICC World Twenty20, Singh scored 70 (30) with the help of five fours and five sixes in a Man-of-the-Match performance.
Singh came in to bat after the dismissal of Gautam Gambhir at 2-41 in the eighth over. Singh, who was at that time, in a form where he hit six consecutive sixes off Stuart Broad did not waste much time and the started from the word go. The second ball which Singh faced from Stuart Clark was hit for a six over deep square leg.
Within no time, in the 14th over, India crossed the 100-run mark. With another six off Clark, Singh completed his second T20I half-century in just 21 balls. He got out in the 18th over when India’s score was 4-155. India ended up scoring 18-5 in 20 overs and eventually won the match by 15 runs.
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