Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj not guilty of breaching ICC Code of Conduct

Dubai, Feb 1 : Yuvraj Singh has been found not guilty of breaching the International Cricket Council (ICC) Code of Conduct following a hearing in Colombo today.

Yuvraj had been charged under Level 1.3 of the code, which refers to "showing dissent at an umpire's decision". But at the resultant hearing, Chris Broad of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees cleared him of the charge.

The charge related to an incident that took place after the first ball of the 33rd over of the second ODI of the current series between Sri Lanka and India when Yuvraj was given out lbw.

Yuvraj’s sixes left Pietersen dumbfounded

London, Dec 24: English skipper Kevin Pietersen has said that Yuvraj Singh was a great player, and the sixes hit by him had left him dumbfounded.

The Mohali Test has been punctuated by baiting between Pietersen and Yuvraj, whose 86 was the highlight of the final day of the drawn Test.

Pietersen, who called Yuvraj a pie-chucker a couple of days ago, turned a great admirer of the Punjab batsman on Tuesday.

"The man (Yuvraj Singh) is one of the cleanest strikers of the ball in world cricket. The sixes this man hits, leaves me dumbfounded. He is a very special cricketer," is how Pietersen described the Indian left-hander at the end of the Test series against India.

Tendulkar’s perfect century, Yuvraj’s fifty sets up historic win

Sachin TendulkarChennai, Dec 15 : Chasing down the fourth-highest total in Test cricket, India couldn't have picked a better moment to create history and as they completed a famous six-wicket here.

Sachin Tendulkar masterminded the historic success with a perfect century. Alongside Yuvraj Singh's 85 they added an unbeaten 163, sapping the England spirit that had carried them into such a dominant position.

India chased 387 runs in the fourth innings to go one up in the series. Scenes of a hysteric crowd cheering dot balls as Yuvraj ensured Tendulkar had time to reach his 41st century dominated the closing stages.

Yuvi, Ojha In & RP Out For The Test Series Against England

Yuvi, Ojha In & RP Out For The Test Series Against EnglandFollowing striking performances in the recent ODI series against England, flamboyant batsman Yuvraj Singh made a comeback to the Indian Test squad on Thursday. The national selection committee in Chennai also included the left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha in the 15-man squad for the two-Test series.

While Yuvraj replaced the recently-retired Sourav Ganguly, Ojha made it to the squad at the expense of left-arm seamer R P Singh.

What A Great Comeback For Yuvraj!

What A Great Comeback For Yuvraj!Yuvraj Singh marked his return to form with a boasting unbeaten 138 as India recorded its biggest win by runs against England by spanking the wretched visitors by 158 runs in the series-opening cricket one-dayer.

After scoring a massive 387 for five, the hosts were bundled out England for 229 in 37.4 overs in a lop-sided contest to take a 1-0 lead in the seven-match series.

Yuvi To Lead Prez XI Against Aussies

Mumbai: Left-hand middle order batsman Yuvraj Singh, will lead the President's XI in Yuvi To Lead Prez XI Against Aussiesa four day warm-up match against Australia in Hyderabad from October 2 to 5. Young Tamil Nadu batsman S Badrinath will act as vice-captain for the team.

The 15 member team also marks the come back for Sreesanth, Wasim Jaffer, Aakash Chopra, and wicket-keeper batsman Parthiv Patel.

Irfan Pathan, S Sreesanth and Piyush Chawla will lead the bowling attack for the team. Along with Wasim Jaffer and Aakash Chopra, the team would also have the services of young batsman like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.