Mirpur, Mar.02 (ANI): Indian swashbuckling all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has revealed that he felt like rediscovered his batting flow after playing a brisk knock against Sri Lanka, which steered his side to the Asia Cup final.
“Today was one of those days where I felt my flow was back,” Yuvraj told bcci.tv. “I needed a bit of a flow out there to feel good. I felt that my game is back. I have been trying to get as much batting time as possible and I believe I have been picking up slowly.”
The big-hitting southpaw struck an 18-ball 35 against Sri Lanka, which was in stark contrast to his previous innings where he remained unbeaten on 14 off 32 balls as India claimed a five-wicket win over fierce rivals Pakistan with 27 deliveries to spare.
“Last game, it was a different situation where we needed to take a spell out and get a partnership going,” Yuvraj said. “I took my time out there where I could leave a lot of balls and get a partnership going along with Virat Kohli. It was a small total so I could take a lot of time.”
Yuvraj also expressed that he hoped to continue his late resurgence in the upcoming World Twenty20.
“I want to get better every game. Hopefully, I can continue this good run ahead. I believe it is my responsibility to go and change the game (scenario) for the team. Hopefully, I can do it more than once,” he concluded. (ANI)