One of the greatest batsmen in the world, Sachin Tendulkar, has defended Yuvraj Sigh after he was blamed for his poor batting in the ICC T20 World Cup 2014.
Team India continued their dominance in the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup by grabbing their fourth consecutive match while beating Australia with a big margin.
The ace opening batsman of India, Shikhar Dhawan, blasted his fifth ODI ton of the year, as West Indies surrendered the final ODI and series against the hosts.
The Australian skipper, George Bailey, led his side from the front with a spicy knock and the visiting seamers drowned the formidable Indian batting at Pune.
Yuvraj Singh punished the Australian bowling at will and demonstrated a magnificent match winning knock as India won the only T20 against Australia at Rajkot.
Yuvraj Singh led India A smartly by dispatching a fifty whereas Rahul Sharma toyed with the batting of the West Indies A who lost the only unofficial Twenty20.
The top order batsman of West Indies A, Kirk Edwards, blasted a ton in the second unofficial ODI as the visitors clinched the game and series against India A.
The young middle order batsman of West Indies A, Jonathan Carter, toyed with the bowling of India A with a ton as the tourists won the second unofficial ODI.
The Indian A skipper, Yuvraj Singh, proved his form with a blistering ton against the visiting West Indies A who lost the first unofficial ODI at Bangalore.
Pune Warriors tasted their 3rd victory of the tournament as their top order batting, led by Manish Pandey, clicked excellently and let down Kolkata Knight Riders.