Yuvraj Singh and his ten mates beat Pakistan

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yuvraj.jpgMost reports of the third one-day international between India and Pakistan seem to have Yuvraj Singh down as the match-winner. In any report there has to be one guy who won the match, but that’s never the full story.

All eight Indian batsmen who came to the crease got into double figures and six Indian bowlers took a wicket, plus there were two run-outs. Having said that, Yuvraj top-scored for India with 77, took one of those wickets and was also responsible for one of those run-outs, so we suppose he had the largest impact.

Why are we trying to talk him down, anyway – Yuvraj is our guy.


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  1. I love the way the man plays cricket but..

    I know his name means Little Prince, but does he really need to look so smug…

    When he ran out Yousuf yesterday, I nearly threw a cricket ball at the television.

  2. He is a little bit smug. Bowling in sunglasses is never good, unless you’re as rotund and dorky as Ramesh Powar, in which case it’s strangely endearing.

  3. 77 runs – is that all? What is the fuss about this guy? He did b_all against Australia recently. And Shahid Afridi has been doing hitting sixes in style ( no sunnies, though) for years, including one of the fastest 50’s ever, or something, without all the hype and freebies.

  4. I don’t want to drop acid on today’s article (2/4/2011) but I CANNOT BEAR YUVRAJ SINGH.
    He thinks he is so cool. That would be deprecating it was nothing really smirk does my bp.
    Please don’t let him save the day today.
    I keep telling myself to be more generous and acknowledge his talent but I can’t do it.

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