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Yuvraj affected as allrounder by ICC rules: MS Dhoni

Yuvraj singh bowling affected by ICC new rules:Dhoni
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MS Dhoni who is riding high with India performance in cricket world cup 2015, feels that ICC new fielding restriction of only 4 four inside 30 yards circle has affected 2011 world cup hero for India Yuvraj Singh bowling and India lost his services as all rounder. Post ICC’s new fielding restrictions, that is from late 2012 Yuvraj Singh doesn’t bowl much in ODI’s or in T20I’s. Dhoni made this comment when asked about Raina role as all rounder is team. MS also said that Virender Sehwag, Sachin wwho were very effective as part time spinners will not be effective under this conditions,we have also other part timers like Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma and will use the if time demands ,said Dhoni. He also admitted there is no much impact of all rounders in this world cup as in 2011, Yuvraj Singh and Dwayne Bravo played an important role in 2011 as all rounders but the situation is different in this world cup. India will play quarters against Bangladesh on March 19th.

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