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Road Safety Final Ind vs SL: Yuvraj Singh-Yusuf Pathan rained sixes, washed every Sri Lankan bowler fiercely

Yuvraj Singh scored the highest 17 sixes in the entire tournament and scored at a strike rate of 170.

 In the final of the Road Safety World Series, it was rained once again. In the final of the tournament against Sri Lanka Legends, India Legends scored a big score of 181 runs. The two batsmen worked to bring the team to this score – Yuvraj Singh and Yusuf Pathan. Together, they blew away the Sri Lankan bowlers. Yuvraj (60) started the attack, while Yusuf (62) also beaten a lot of runs instead of staying behind. Together, they shared 85 runs for the fourth wicket. Although, Virender Sehwag’s bat remained silent in the final, but Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) contributed 30 runs with some good shots

The 2011 World Cup is about to complete 10 years and on the 10th anniversary of that final, India and Sri Lanka teams were once again face to face in another final. There were many such players in both teams, who also showed their strength in that final. Like that final once again, India did not start well and Virender Sehwag got out after scoring just 10 runs.

Sachin again showed his charm

However, Sachin did not disappoint his fans. After losing the wickets of Sehwag and Subramanian Badrinath (7) for just 35 runs, Sachin along with Yuvraj took over India Legends. These two batsmen, who have done some great partnerships during their career, did the same thing here and shared 43 runs. Sachin scored 30 runs in 23 balls with the help of 5 fours.

Yuvraj-Yusuf rained sixes

After this, Yuvraj and Yusuf created a storm on the field. Both of them washed the Sri Lankan bowlers fiercely. First Yuvraj scored 2 consecutive sixes in Tillakaratne Dilshan’s over. Then Yusuf also did not lag behind and scored two consecutive sixes and a four in the over of Dhammika Prasad.

During this time, Yuvraj completed his half-century in just 35 balls. This was Yuvraj’s second half-century in the tournament. At the same time, Yusuf also deposited his first fifty in the tournament in just 24 balls.

Yuvaraj was dismissed by Veeraratne on a score of 60. Yuvraj scored these 60 runs with the help of 4 fours and 4 sixes in just 41 balls. Yuvraj scored 17 sixes in this entire tournament, which is the highest. At the same time, Yusuf returned unbeaten after scoring 62 runs in just 36 balls. Yusuf scored 5 sixes and 4 fours in his innings.

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