Yuvraj Singh's 300th ODI June 14, 2017

Which was Yuvraj's best ODI performance?

ESPNcricinfo staff
Yuvraj Singh has thrilled fans over the years. Which of his ODI performances is your favourite?
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  • shahee2087527 on June 17, 2017, 6:51 GMT

    UV... The all time star, we all know his attitude and we all love his attitude, all his knocks are the best. the crowd puller, to be frank after Sachin, Saurav, he is the one, and if he got a place like No.4 he would have got more than 30+ Centuries, the best knock for me in ODI is 57 against Australia. Luv u Yuvi, love the way you are... keep playing... adios

  • Thiruvidaimarudur Rajagopalan on June 17, 2017, 5:46 GMT

    My all time Indian ODI team..in batting order... Sourav, Sachin, Virat, Azhar, Yuvi, Dhoni (C, WK), Kapil, Shastri (some may disagree, but he was very good in ODIs, look at his economy rate), Kumble, Zakir and Venkatesh Prasad...Robin Singh is 12th man...

  • insane4166865 on June 16, 2017, 16:23 GMT

    @Kris_Vijay, i clearly remember that innings of YUV that you mentioned, it was in Jamaica , year 2006 and target was 196. I was 16 at that time and India almost won that game with his scintillating knock. When i read this list, the very first thought on my mind was that specific inning. Bro, this guy scored when runs mattered the most. If you just go through India's Odi's victories, Yuvraj has been most impact player just behind Sourav Ganguly. No doubt Sachin, played like 24 years for India, But in ODIs, Yuvraj and Sourav have been most impact players. I hope you wont disagree

  • Vijay on June 16, 2017, 12:01 GMT

    I think there was another superlative performance by him in the West Indies. Can't remember the year. India were on a high with 18/19 continuous successful chases and had a meagre total to chase less than 200. India did struggle but Yuvraj brought them back with a scintillating knock. In the end, he was bowled by Bravo because of which India lost the match. The sad part though was it was huge no-ball and the umpire chose to close his eyes. I remember that knock but can't recollect the year and the exact scores.

  • sameer8378014 on June 16, 2017, 10:21 GMT

    @CRICFAN0441751866 according to u who is best my bro..., u simply don't comment like that champion player

  • Mukesh on June 16, 2017, 8:38 GMT

    Y no mention of Yuvraj's 139 against Australia in Sydney '04? The team was actually struggling quite poorly when he walked on to the pitch and created one of the most unforgettable overseas partnerships with Laxman.

  • pkyash0099278 on June 16, 2017, 5:16 GMT

    I think 150 against England was his best inning

  •   cricfan58162279 on June 16, 2017, 4:39 GMT

    I believe his best performance in an innings was Nat-west trophy 2002

  • sunil on June 16, 2017, 4:31 GMT

    Though India lost this match, 139 vs Australia at Sydney , on a rainy day in AUS against good pace bowling attack;

  • agrawa8479614 on June 16, 2017, 2:22 GMT

    I am a big fan of yuvraj Singh,he is always been a complete cricketer,capable of turning entire match over its head and delivering when it mattered the most. Undoubtedly one of the biggest champion of the game

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