Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh got back the nostalgia of 2007 World Cup when he smashed six consecutive sixes off Stuart Broad over. The stalwart was seen at his explosive best during the ongoing Road Safety World Series in Raipur. The left-handed batsman smashed Zander de Bruyn for four consecutive sixes.
In the 18th over of India Legends’ innings, the score read 152/3 before Yuvraj Singh took the strike at crease. With former South Africa cricketer Bruyn at the other end, the first ball came as a good delivery conceding no-run. However, the very next ball was hit over cow corner, followed with one into the sightscreen. It did not end here! Another mammoth six came off the fourth delivery of the over and the with the next six, he completed his 50-run mark in just 21 balls.
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India Legends secured an easy 56-run win over South African Legends on Saturday in the ongoing Road Safety World Series. Batting first, India Legends managed to put a total of 204/6 on the scoreboard, courtesy half-centuries from Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh's destructive hitting. Chasing the target, South African Legends started well with Andrew Puttick and Morne van Wyk, but crumbled under India's bowling attack with Yusuf Pathan scalping 3 wickets and Yuvraj Singh bagging 2 wickets.