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GT20 Canada 2019: Yuvraj Singh scores quickfire 21-ball 35 to help Toronto Nationals to victory against Edmonton Royals

  • Press Trust of India
  • July 28th, 2019
  • 21:43:40 IST

Toronto: Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh scored a quickfire 21-ball 35 as his team Toronto Nationals posted a two-wicket win over Edmonton Royals in their second match of Global T20 Canada in Toronto.

Yuvraj Singh in action for the Toronto Nationals. Twitter@GT20Canada

Yuvraj Singh in action for the Toronto Nationals. Twitter@GT20Canada

India's 2011 World Cup hero hit three boundaries and as many sixes during his knock to help the Nationals chase down a 192-run target at the CAA Center.
The 37-year-old, who looked fluent during his innings, got out to a slower ball from Ben Cutting in the 10th over.

Yuvraj, who recently announced his retirement from international cricket, failed to make a mark in the first match as he scored only 14 from 27 balls before he was given out wrongly in his team's defeat to Vancouver Knights.

Updated Date: July 28, 2019 21:43:40 IST

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