Former Team India all-rounder and one of the legends of cricket, Yuvraj Singh observed that young cricketers should learn from New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson's technique. Cheering India during the course of the semi final against New Zealand, Yuvi remarked in a post on the microblogging site Twitter, that it is very interesting to see how Kane Williamson holds his bottom hand, relaxed palm holding the bat in 2 fingers and thumb, which allows him to play the ball late. Here's his tweet:
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