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India vs West Indies: Yuvraj Singh’s struggles to make a mark yet again

A gander at Yuvraj Singh's current record demonstrates that the veteran left-hander has had a troublesome time heaping runs. In the as of late finished up ICC Champions Trophy, Yuvraj begun off with a burst, crushing 53 off 49 balls in a ruthless cameo with Virat Kohli against Pakistan. It put India's aggregate past the span of Pakistan's battling bats and helped them get off to a triumphant begin. 

In any case, that was the main time Yuvraj scored more than 50 keeps running in an innings. His next innings abandoned much occurrence in which he got rejected in the wake of making only seven against Sri Lanka. From that point onward, he made 23 and drove India to triumph alongside Virat Kohli. His next visit with the bat was the last of the Champions Trophy against Pakistan at the end of the day. However, this time, it was an alternate side from the one that he crushed everywhere throughout the recreation center in the opener. Remaining in for his 301st ODI, one would have anticipated that Yuvraj would stand up and assume responsibility, bringing all his experience into play. Rather, he just made 22 and was just piece of a batting line up that quietly surrendered to their most despised adversaries. 

His latest execution was against was against West Indies in which he was rejected for only four runs. While it might simply be one of the more dark arrangement for a large portion of his partners, for Yuvraj, this might be only one of the arrangement that will choose whether he plays in the 2019 World Cup. 

Irregularity has been right around an element of Yuvraj Singh's batting all through his vocation. "At the point when all is well with Yuvraj Singh, he hits the ball as spotless and long as it has ever been hit. At the point when all is not well, he looks so cumbersome you overlook he can hit the ball spotless and long," is the manner by which ESPNCricinfo portrays him in their profile. It appeared as though it might be all well at the end of the day with Yuvraj when he scored that imperious 150 against England prior in the year yet that, shockingly, resembles an island in an ocean of scattered 20's and 10s

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