Yuvraj Singh 2011 world cup record was at his best in the World Cup. He hit 362 runs and take 15 wickets. Yuvraj Singh 4 time take man-of-the-match awards. Yuvraj Singh also being Player of the Tournament award. – Yuvraj Singh would forever be remembered for his scintillating performance in India’s second World Cup triumph at home.
|1||IND v BAN 1st Match||0||0||0||0||0|
|2||Ind v ENG 11th Match||58||50||116||9||0|
|3||IND v IRD 22nd Match||50||75||66.67||3||0|
|4||IND v NEL 25th Match||51||73||69.86||7||0|
|5||IND v SA 29th Match||12||9||133.33||0||1|
|6||IND v WI 42nd Match||113||123*||91.87||10||2|
|7||IND v AUS||57||65||87.69||8||0|
|8||2nd Semi Final IND v PAK||0||1||0||0||0|
|9||IND v SL Final||21||24*||87.5||2||0|
|IND v BAN 1st Match||0||42||42||6||0||1||0||2||1||0|
|IND v ENG 11th Match||0||42||46||6.57||0||0||0||4||1||0|
|IND v IRD 22nd Match||5||60||31||3.1||0||1||0||2||0||1|
|IND v NEL 25th Match||2||54||43||4.78||1||0||0||5||0||0|
|IND v SA 29th Match||0||48||47||5.88||0||0||0||2||1||0|
|IND v WI 42nd Match||2||24||18||4.5||0||0||0||1||1||0|
|IND v AUS||2||60||44||4.4||0||0||0||3||1||0|
|2nd Semin Final IND v PAK||2||60||57||5.7||0||0||0||3||2||0|
|IND v SL Final||2||60||49||4.9||1||0||0||5||0||0|
After the 2011 World Cup, it emerged Yuvraj Singh had battled cancer throughout the tournament. He went overseas for treatment and just when everyone thought he would never again take the cricket field But Yuvraj went away to France for a training stint. Back in India much slimmer and fitter, Yuvraj Singh showed what he was still capable of with a 35-ball 77 in a T20 International against Australia.
“Sachin Tendulkar” ASk What a fantastic career you have had Yuvi. You have come out as a true champ every time the team needed you. The fight you put up through all the ups & downs on & off the field is just amazing. Best of luck for your 2nd innings & thanks for all that you have done for Cricket.
Then Yuvraj said he hoped to be involved with the sport in the future, but for now, he plans to enjoy a period away from the game and spend time with his foundation helping those affected by cancer. “I’ll enjoy myself for a year or two, after that I’ll think about it, and “Right now I’m going to take some time off. I definitely want to give something back to cricket, and hopefully do some work in the future with the younger generation.”