In the sixth match of Indian Premier League (IPL) 8 season Rajasthan Royals defeated Delhi Daredevils in a thrilling match which went to the last ball of the match where New Zealand and Royals’ fast bowler Tim Southee smashed a boundary to get his team over the line. 

The Villian of the match, though, was Yuvraj Singh who missed an easy run-out in middle overs of Delhi Daredevils’ bowling. People bashed Yuvraj left-right and center. 

Here are some of the tweets:

 

Ouch. Not a great way to start IPL8, is it?

Hahaha…great troll this one, if you know what he means!

ohh….wait Delhi is habitual to this!

another one taunting Yuvraj about his price!

But, hey it is AAP’s fault always!

KRK chips in too…with his two bits!

Is he? 😉

Last, but not least – Should Yuvi retire now?

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