Top moments from Yuvraj Singh's career

On the birthday of the talented southpaw, who has made it count on the big stage, we look at some of Yuvraj Singh's memorable moments from his international career so far.

Yuvraj Singh 84 vs Australia ICC KnockOut Trophy 2000
In the ICC KnockOut Trophy in 2000, an 18-year-old Yuvraj Singh lighted up the quarterfinal against Australia, scoring 84, which helped India progress to the semifinal. Australia's then captain Steve Waugh said after the match: "As a striker of the ball he played an excellent innings. He kept the composure of the side going and he saw them basically through to the end so it was a match-winning innings." Photo: V.V. Krishnan
Yuvraj Singh 69 NatWest Trophy Final 2002
A thrilling final at the Home of Cricket, Lord's, Yuvraj Singh's 69 and a crucial 121-run sixth-wicket partnership with Mohammad Kaif proved instrumental in India clinching the NatWest Trophy against England in 2002. Photo: Getty Images
Yuvraj Singh Six Sixes Stuart Broad 2007 World T20
Yuvraj Singh's six sixes in one over of Stuart Broad during 2007 World T20 will probably the highlight of his limited-overs career. Spurred by Andrew Flintoff, Yuvraj went on to punish Broad, bringing about a 12-ball half-century which is a record in all forms of international cricket. Photo: Getty Images
Yuvraj Singh 70 2007 World T20 semifinal
In 2007, Yuvraj Singh's blazing 70-run knock off 30 balls against Australia in the semifinal of the World Cup T20 helped the side reach the final of the inaugural season. Photo: Getty Images
Yuvraj Singh 85 1st Test Chennai 2008
Yuvraj's Test career may have not taken the off like his limited-overs, but his 163-run partnership with Sachin Tendulkar in the first Test against England in Chennai in 2008 is a moment to savour. While Tendulkar unbeaten 103 set up the famous win, Yurvaj's 85 provided the support that ensured the former made it to his 41st century. Photo: PTI