Yuvraj Singh was seen walking off the field after hurting his finger as the Sunrisers Hyderbad took on the Mumbai Indians in a must-win game at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad.Yuvraj, who was fielding at point, tried to save a cut played by Rohit Sharma and immediately sat down holding his finger. He failed to continue and was treated by the physio as he walked off the field.Sunrisers Hyderabad would hope it’s nothing serious as he was been in decent touch in the tournament.The 35-year-old has score 234 runs from 11 matches so far in the tournament, hitting two fifties with an average of 33.42. He rolled back the years with a 41-ball 70* against the Delhi Daredevils two matches back.He later come onto bat at the fall of Moises Henriques’ wicket but struggled right from the word go. He looked in great pain with every ball he played before finally departing for a 11-ball 9 off the bowling of Lasith Malinga in the 15th over in Hyderabad’s chase of 139. The left-hander, was earlier in the day named in India’s 15-member Champions Trophy squad starting next month. He has been hitting the ball well for the national team as well after being called back into the team by Virat Kohli during the England series. He scored 210 runs from three matches, including a career-best 150 at Cuttack during the second ODI.Hyderabad are currently fourth in the league with 13 points from 12 games.