Yuvraj Singh reacts after breathtaking knock in Road Safety World Series against South Africa Legends

Yuvraj hits 52* off 22 balls, jokes "I've a chance of getting back into Team India after all"

India Legends put up a total of 204/3 against South Africa Legends on Saturday in the Road Safety World Series and also won the match by 56 runs.

Yuvraj Singh reacts after a breathtaking knock-in Road Safety World Series against South Africa Legends. He revealed that he could’ve moved for the fifth but decided not to as it realized that he was needed on strike with the last two overs.

Yuvraj Singh is one of the rare cricketers in India to have hit six- sixes in a single over in International cricket and also nearly did the same in the game against South Africa Legends on Saturday. The fans seem to roll back to the years as he gave amazing hits in the Raipur, Road Safety World Series game on Saturday.

His 52* off 22 balls helped India post a gigantic 204 for 3 in 20 overs. The 39-year-old cricketer hit four consecutive sixes off the 18th over of the match against de Bruyn. The Punjab-born player scored with an astonishing strike rate of 236.

Fans seem to be mesmerized by Yuvraj’s sixes that came from the middle of the bat. His breathtaking game was halted by the English cricketer Kevin Petersen. Subramaniam Badrinath also scored 42 off 34 balls and got among the runs. Earlier, South Africa won the toss and chose to bowl first. As Sachin Tendulkar hit some amazing hits and played an inning of 60 off 37 balls, Sehwag seems to be off on his game for the second time in a row.

If India remains consistent and keeps winning the matches they can secure their spot in the finals of the tournament.

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