Kanpur: Out-of-form and under pressure to perform, Yuvraj Singh came up trumps in the third and final ODI versus West Indies at Green Park Stadium in Kanpur on Wednesday. The middle-order batsman scored 55 -- his 51st ODI half-century -- as India eased to a five-wicket win. Speaking after the game, Yuvraj said he always believed that the runs would come. "I've been batting well but not getting enough runs. The runs are going to come, you have to make sure you are there at the tough times. It's all about gaining momentum," the 31-year-old said.
Yuvraj, who was the Man of the Series in the 2011 World Cup that India won, added that it was a challenge to come to terms with the Kanpur wicket in the initial stages. "The wicket was a bit two-paced at the start but it got easier as the game progressed." It is Yuvraj's experience in the middle order that Team India is banking on.