Yuvraj made a statement with another solid knock after not being named among the 30 probables for the 2015 World Cup.
     
The stylish left-hander smashed 11 boundaries and couple of sixes in his 176-ball effort.
     
He had scored 59 and 130 in Punjab's tournament opener against Haryana before making 136 in the first innings against Maharashtra in Pune.
     
BBCI dropped veteran Yuvraj Singh from their annual 'Graded Retainership' even as UP seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar made it to the top bracket.

Yuvraj was included in group B last year but his subsequent failures led to them being dumped when the list was released.
     
Yuvraj was also omitted from the 30-member probables list for next year's World Cup with the selectors reposing faith on the young guns to retain the title in Australia and New Zealand.

Yuvraj was also left out of the list, putting a question mark on their future given that none of the five have featured in an ODI for the last one year.

Yuvraj's journey has been the most dramatic. The left-handed batsman was named Player of the Tournament for his fantastic run in the 2011 World Cup but his career took a hit after he had to undergo treatment for rare form of germ cell cancer between his lungs.

His attempts at a comeback were not too successful and he was eventually pushed to the sidelines.

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