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ICC World Twenty20: Stones pelted at Yuvraj Singh’s Chandigarh home

India's Yuvraj Singh leaves the field after being dismissed against Sri Lanka during their ICC World Twenty20 Final (AP) India's Yuvraj Singh leaves the field after being dismissed against Sri Lanka during their ICC World Twenty20 Final (AP)
By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Posted: April 7, 2014 1:02 am | Updated: April 7, 2014 2:01 pm

If reports doing rounds are to be believed, the angry fans are showering their frustration with stones. The Chandigarh house of  Yuvraj Singh, who didn’t make an impression in Sunday’s ICC World T20 final against Sri Lanka, is attracting unwanted attention. (Express LOL: Some over the top Yuvraj jokes)

Yuvraj, who scored a struggling 21-ball 11, not only scored at a poor rate, but shifted the momentum in Sri Lanka’s favour.

Earlier, Yuvraj Singh’s father Yograj came out in defence of his son, saying the left-handed batsman, who struggled for his 11 runs off 21 balls, should not be singled out for India’s loss in the ICC World T20 final. (Also Read: Yuvraj, hero of 2007 and ’11, flops in ’14)

“Yuvraj should not be singled out,” Yograj said when asked if his son consuming 21 deliveries was the main reason behind India losing the title clash against Sri Lanka at Mirpur.

(With PTI inputs)

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