With scores of 139, 59, 13, 136 and 106* this Ranji Trophy, Yuvraj Singh is answering all those who had started questioning about his career. Not very recently, Yuvraj was dropped from 30 probables for the ICC Cricket World Cup to be held in Australia and New Zealand and released by the IPL franchise Royal Challengers of Bangalore for IPL season 8.
Yuvraj Singh has always been a match winner for India. It’s a well known fact that he loves the big stage of World Cups, as he not only played some magnificent innings in the ICC World T20 but won the man of the tournament in 2011 World Cup in subcontinent.
Ever since he has been dropped after the final of ICC World T20, he has been in some kind of form. He scored a scintillating century in the MCC VS ROW exhibition match at Lords against some quality bowlers. And now with he has backed that up with 3 centuries in consecutive matches in the Ranji Trophy.