Cricket is a team game where big hitting plays a prominent role in the shortest form of the game. Yuvraj Singh fit into this category as he is a born Punjabi and meant for hard hitting of the cricket ball. From his first outing in South Africa against Australia he has been linchpin of our batting power in the middle order. The batsman continues to remain in form even today and big sixes come from his blade. Chris Gayle leads the list of big hitter with huge sixes and Yuvraj Singh is not far behind. Recently against England he made a match of it when chips were down for Team India. He is a team man and his handy bowling and swift fielding in the gully region all made him a complete all-rounder. Hitting big sixes is not an easy task and Yuvraj mastered the art against the likes of Chris Broad or Chris Jordan. He is a gifted cricketer and a crisis man for all the season and has proved it time and again with match saving or a quick fire innings. He uses the bottom hand very much to hoist the ball over the boundaries and Prince is at his best and the bowlers are averse to bowling against him in the death overs at the International level.
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