India was in trouble, and their top three were back in the pavilion in just 4.4 overs, and all they had on the board was 22 runs. then Yuvraj Singh came in middle order who was joined by the former skipper MS Dhoni. We have always seen this duo had been India’s top-jodi and always led fightback.
Yuvraj Singh decided to go with the aggressive approach and played his shots from the very first ball. He started hitting fours in flick, cover drive, straight drive. India had lost 3 wickets so early.
Liam Plunkett and Ben Stokes were ordinary and at that point, MS Dhoni who at first took as much time as is needed. Yuvraj kept on being the attacker and showed a variety of shots, for the most part of his shot he continued to deal in boundaries, once he got to his half century the force was better just like his confidence.
The Yuvraj-Dhoni show brought India once again into the game and kept up a good strike rate directly through they were taking a looking for a big score. Yuvraj got his century, the 14th of his ODI career. It was a treat to the eyes to watch vintage Yuvi in his Flow and playing cracking excellent shots.