The quick fall of wickets put India in trouble, and this is when Yuvraj Singh came onto crease. The Punjab stalwart, amid the pressure of falling wickets, not only completed his half-century, but also maintained the side's run-rate.
Opening the innings, Virender Sehwag smashed 35 runs off 17 balls to give the initial boost. Continuing the momentum, batting legend Sachin Tendulkar completed his half-century. Master Blaster hit 65 runs off 42 balls to further bolster the team's score.
Kevin Pietersen-led England Legends upstaged India Legends in a nail-biting encounter on Tuesday. Batting first, England posted a mammoth total of 188 runs, courtesy captain Pietersen's 75 off just 37 balls.
Both the teams have a powerful batting line up, and therefore, one can expect a lot of runs on the board from both the ends. It will be interesting to see if Kevin Pietersen maintains his bright form for England, and fires them to another win, or will Jonty Rhodes inspire South Africa to second win.
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