After his valuable knock of 24 in a 61-run partnership with Virat Kohli to guide India to victory against Pakistan, Yuvraj Singh said on Monday that he was focussing on the situation rather than the occasion. The left-hander further opened up about his innings and the partnership with Virat Kohli.
“My job is to play a few balls and then play my attacking game. We were under a bit of pressure after losing the first game (against New Zealand). We did not bat the way we wanted to. Here, we lost three quick wickets which put us under pressure. We needed to get a partnership and the 50 plus stand with Virat took the pressure off us,” said the 34-year-old.
The veteran also expressed his happiness about the win, which helped the Men in Blue get their confidence back, and hoped that they will carry it into the match against Bangladesh on Wednesday in Bengaluru.
“I am happy that team won as it was important to get the confidence back. The next match is against Bangladesh and
The 34-year old also heaped praise on the bowlers, who restricted Pakistan to 118/5 in 18 overs.
“We restricted them well. They could never score more than six and