Yuvraj Singh came to the rescue of Rest of the World XI (ROW) with a timely run-a-ball hundred. He came in to bat with ROW at 59 for 3 and soon found his side tottering at 77 for 5 against the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) in the Bicentenary Celebration Match at lords. He took them from being perilously placed into a position of strength  courtesy an innings that began on a cautious note but soon showcased all the traits of the flamboyance  that’s synonymous with the man. Playing his trademark murderous sweep shots and hitting them  along the ground and even into the stands. His innings of 132 which came of 134 balls included eight fours and four massive sixes. As his innings progressed and his confidence grew he dished out the same treatment to the pacers, one shot that immediately comes to mind was the flick over mid-wicket of the bowling of Brett Lee which went sailing into the stands for a six.