Road Safety World Series: Yuvraj Singh hit 4 sixes off 4 ball, also got 5th win

Yuvraj Singh scored an unbeaten 52 runs (from twitter account of photo road safety world series)

India Legends registered a fifth victory in the Road Safety World Series on Saturday. Yuvraj Singh hit 4 sixes off 4 balls and remained unbeaten after scoring 52 runs.

New Delhi. Yuvraj Singh once again presented a brilliant batting scene. In a match of the Road Safety World Series, he played for India Legends and hit 4 sixes off 4 balls against South Africa Legends. He played an unbeaten half-century and also took two wickets. With this, India Legends registered a fifth win in the series. The team won the match by 56 runs. Yuvraj became the player of the match.

In the match played in Raipur, South Africa Legends won the toss and decided to bowl. Virender Sehwag (6) was out soon. Captain Tendulkar (60) played a brilliant innings. Faced 37 balls. 9 fours and 1 six. Sachin and Badrinath shared a 95-run partnership for the second wicket. Yuvraj Singh remained unbeaten after scoring 52 runs off 22 balls. He hit 2 fours and 6 sixes. In the 18th over of the innings, he hit four sixes off four consecutive balls of fast bowler Gender de Bruyne. S Badrinath also made 42 and Yusuf Pathan made 23. India Legends made a huge score of 204 runs for 3 wickets in 20 overs in the first play.

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South Africa Legends started off well to chase the target. Andrew Putick (41) and Morne Walk Vic (48) added 87 runs for the first wicket. But after this, no batsman could play by sticking. The team could only manage 148 runs for 7 wickets in the scheduled 20 overs. Yusuf Pathan took three and Yuvraj Singh took two wickets. This is South Africa’s second defeat in 5 matches. Talking about the points table, India Legends is on top with 20 points. Sri Lanka are second with 16 points and South Africa are at number three with 12 points. The final of the series will be played on 21 March. Last year, the series could not be completed due to Corona.


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