Yuvraj Singh, who was slurped up by Mumbai Indians in the last round of closeouts, has begun this season with a blast. In the wake of winding the check back in the principal match of the period with some elating batting, he was taking care of business in Bangalore as well. 

Mumbai batted first and Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock got the group off to a flying begin. Yuvraj exited at number 4 and bumped around the initial couple of balls to get moving. Be that as it may, he was sitting tight for the spinners and when Yuzvendra Chahal was presented, he pursued the leggie. 

The principal ball was a short one, the left-hander sat back and clobbered it over profound square leg, Chahal tailed it with a full ball, it was smoked back over the bowler's head. The leggie was feeling the squeeze, he hauled another down, Yuvraj was understanding them all, he paused and smacked it over long on. 

Notwithstanding, Chahal, who has dependably been a daring bowler, hurled the fourth ball wide on off stump, the ball held in the surface only a touch, Yuvraj needed to dispatch it over long off, did not get the required planning and Mohammed Siraj jumped at long off and got an extremely brilliant catch to stop the firecrackers. It was one of those innings when he appeared to be ready and slapped his bat in frustration when he was rejected, the six sixes in the over was on the cards. 

This is the manner by which Twitter responded to the firecrackers: 

Entire India to Yuvraj Singh at this moment :#IndiaWithNaMo#RCBvMI pic.twitter.com/6BzHyH610T 

— Anshuman Mishra (@AnshumanM86) March 28, 2019 

"Likely this is the best I have ever arranged for the IPL. The last two, three months.. I have been in Mumbai rehearsing and played the DY Patil competition which is a vital competition for us folks playing the IPL. What's more, doing some additional work on the body, wellness, batting," Yuvraj disclosed to Star Sports before the beginning of the match.

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