Gangnam-dance, cake-cutting and endless fun! Royal Challengers Bangalore celebrated Yuvraj Singh's return to form in style after he scored a thunderous 68 not out off just 29 balls against Delhi Daredevils at Chinnaswamy Stadium on Tuesday. (Click here for latest on Indian Premier League)
Whether it be AB de Villiers, Chris Gayle, Mitchell Starc, Virat Kohli or Yuvraj himself, everyone showed off some amazing jigs as they went down on the dance floor. Bangalore co-owner Vijay Mallya was also seen partying with the cricketers.
Yuvraj had hit nine sixes during his brutal match-winning knock against a hapless Delhi team. With his contribution, Bangalore posted a strong total of 186/4 in 20 overs and beat Delhi by 16 runs in the end on the back of some good bowling from Starc.
The win ensured RCB were still in contention to make the IPL playoffs this year and also made room for some Gangnam-styled celebrations.
During the party, while Gayle was obviously in great form, Kohli and Yuvraj looked impressive with their dance moves as well. As someone who loves to party, Yuvraj seemed to be having a lot of fun. (Also read: Kohli slams critics who wrote Yuvraj off)
Apparently, after Bangalore's earlier win against Rajasthan on Sunday, there was also a cake-cutting ceremony for Yuvraj where he was pictured with RCB skipper Kohli.
"I have been playing in pressure situations for the last 14 years. You can't do well every time but still have to work hard for these situations. I have belonged to situations which are always difficult and I have done well for India in such situations. So, it's just the belief in yourself and the senior guys," said Yuvraj. (Related: Pietersen in awe of Yuvraj)
"I have been talking to Muttiah Muralitharan a lot. He has given me a lot of confidence. I have been talking to Chris (Gayle), AB (De Villiers), Virat (Kohli) & Co. I am just blessed that I am with such a great bunch of cricketers and loving it to be in RCB," he added. (Read: Yuvi can be India's match-winner at 2015 World Cup, says Muralitharan)