UDRS is confusing: Yuvraj
"It`s a bit confusing. I don`t know, don`t understand it much," Yuvraj said after leading India to a five-wicket win over Ireland in their World Cup match here today.
The DRS, which has come under constant scrutiny in the ongoing tournament, today again came into focus when on-field umpire Rod Tucker gave Ireland`s Alex Cusack out though the point of impact of the ball on the pad was more than 2.5 metres from stumps.
The umpire ruled Cusack not out off Yuvraj in the 44th over but after an appeal by India, he reversed his decision and gave the batsman out though TV replays showed the point of impact at the pad would have been more than 2.5 meters from the stumps.
Yuvraj, who scored an unbeaten 50 in India`s successful chase, said he was happy to have finished the game for India.
"I am very happy that I finished the game for India, it will give me a lot of confidence. It was important that somebody stays till the end. My responsibility in the team has always been to play till the end," he said.
Yuvraj starred with the ball too picking up five wickets.
"The feeling was like when I scored my first century. For a part-time bowler, I am very happy to have picked up five wickets. Can`t ask for more. I am trying very hard, I am much fitter. I always want to do well for India, and don`t want to look back. Last two games, I scored two fifties," he said.
The specialist India spinner Harbhajan Singh fared poorly but Yuvraj defended his teammates.
"Everyday can`t be your day. They have all been performing well and Bhajji has been a world class bowler for many years. Taking wickets don`t mean I will overshadow Bhajji. There was a time when Bhajji was scoring centuries."
Despite his good run with the ball in recent times, Yuvraj made it clear that batting will always remain his priority, and added that it was not just bowling that helped him regain his confidence.
"Bowling, I won`t say, has (helped) regaining my confidence."