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Under-19 World Cup, 2000: Yuvraj Singh arrived on the international cricket scene with a swashbuckling knock of 68 runs in India’s third game in 2000 Under-19 World Cup against New Zealand. He followed it up with a four-wicket haul to earn the man of the match award. Yuvraj scored 203 runs including two fifties in and took 12 wickets in the tournament, which India won by defeating hosts Sri Lanka in the finals. (Image: Instagram)

Yuvraj Singh Retires: 5 Times World Cup 2011 Hero Won Games for India

A flamboyant batsman Yuvraj Singh has decided to call it quits after serving Indian cricket for almost two decades. The left-hander, who for years helmed Indian cricket team’s middle order batting, has called a press conference at a Mumbai hotel today, where he is likely to announce his retirement from international cricket, according to a Press Trust of India report. Yuvraj Singh played a key role in India’s triumph at the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup and the 2007 ICC World Twenty20, winning Man of the Tournament for the former. A match-winning player, Yuvraj Singh could take the opposition to cleaners on his day, as is evident from these five memorable performances.