Mumbai: After a long break from international cricket, on Friday, Yuvraj Singh was included in India's 15-man squad for the Twenty20 World Cup in Sri Lanka that is scheduled next month, marking a memorable return to the game after undergoing cancer treatment.
The southpaw's selection for the tournament was expected after he was included in the preliminary squad of 30 members last month. Yuvraj who specializes in power hitting being included in the final fifteen comes as a good news for team India as the batting middle order needed him badly.
Anyone who follows the game will easily mark him as one of the most fierce player of the game of cricket as he has showed his skills earlier as well when he toon on the England's bowling attack hitting six sixes in a row of Stuart Broad's bowling. Yuvraj comes handy for the team as is one of the key all rounders of the squad.
Yuvraj last played for India in November 2011.