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Amul creates a poster questioning Yuvraj singh's dropped form while fans support him on Twitter

Tuesday, 8 April 2014 - 11:21pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna webdesk

After India suffered a massive defeat at the hands of Sri Lanka in the ICC World Twenty20 finals on Sunday evening, Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh's house in the Manimajra locality of Chandigarh was pelted with stones. 

In tradition with creating posters over important issues, Amul released a poster on social media platforms that said, "Where's the Yu, Vi used to know". 

Of lately, Yuvraj Singh's performance has been bad as witnessed in the recent series against England, Australia and West Indies in recent series. 

His performance has been pegged to be sub-par with his earlier self in the series. 

The caption of the advertisment reads, "Always in form': a term that was used for Yuvraj Singh when he would play and make the team win matches. 

Yuvraj scored a painfully slow 11 off 21 balls, which drastically reduced the pace of the Indian innings towards the end. Sri Lanka went on to win the match by 6 wickets with over 2 overs to spare.

After going through cancer, Yuvraj made a come-back to cricket but could not reach his earlier pinnacle of success.

Irate fans have attacked houses of Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Mohammed Kaif prior to this. 

Meanwhile, fans on Twitter lauded Yuvi for coming out strong post his health treatment stint and have been criticising others for being insensitive to his ordeal. 

Below are the tweets: 

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