After India suffered a massive defeat in the ICC T20 finals, Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh‘s house was pelted with stones in the Manimajra locality of Chandigarh on Sunday evening. 

Police immediately rushed to the Cricketer’s home to stop and disperse the angry crowd that had gathered outside. 

In the past too, irate fans have attacked the homes of cricketers including Indian skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Reference: DNA India.

Yuvraj Singh has facing the blame for India’s loss. As he scored just 11 runs of 21 balls of which 10 dot balls towards the crucial end of the innings. He indirectly put pressure on Kohli and Dhoni eventually became a reason behind at least 30 runs short of total.

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