Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh who has been seen performing yet another mesmerizing innings last night at Edgbaston, Birmingham dedicated his 'Cancer Survivor Day' match to all the heroes and survivors who have fought and win over this deadly disease.
In this context it is worthy to mention that the 35 year-old batsman too had been diagnosed with cancer in the year 2014 but his mental strength and love for sports helped him to come back in his world.
The hero has also expressed his prayers and blessed all those people impacted in the London terror attack.
Being a liitle emotional the batsman took to twitter on Sunday and wrote "My innings on #CancerSurvivorDay is dedicated to all the heroes & survivors. Also my thoughts & Prayers to all impacted in #londonattack".
Clinically outperforming Pakistan in all departments of the game the men in Blue achieved a glorius win by huge margin of 124 runs on Sunday.
While Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma's strong opening partnership laid down the foundation for a big total, captain Virat Kohli's brilliant knock of 81 provided the impetus to the middle order.
Yuvraj Singh hit a whirlwind half century that provided the late flourish to post 300 plus and earned him the 'Man of the match award'.
After defeating the neighbour country the Kohli briged is now all set to face Sri Lanka at the Kennington Oval in London on June 8.