Swashbuckling middle order batsman Yuvraj Singh today backed the decision
of the International Cricket Council to cap the number of Twenty20 internationals
played by a country in a calendar year.
"It obviously feels great to be part of the winning team in the Twenty20
format, but it's more of an entertainment for the crowd and the batsmen,"
cautioned the vice captain of the Indian team which won the inaugural T20 World
Cup in South Africa last month.
"Hence the ICC's decision to restrict the number of Twenty20
Internationals (seven per country) in a calendar year is (a) welcome (decision),"
added Yuvraj who was also the vice captain of the one-day team led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni
in the best-of-seven home ODI series that India lost
The Punjab cricketer, who went into the record books by slamming
six sixes in an over from England pacer Stuart Broad in the World T20 championship,
was speaking on the sidelines of a promtional event for Donear Industries of
which he's the brand ambassador.