‘A drunken foreign player hung me from 15th floor balcony’: Chahal’s surprise revelation of MI days in IPL 2013 | Cricket

That Yuzvendra Chahal started her IPL career with the Mumbai Indians and not with Royal Challengers Bangalore is a fact that even cricket fans may have a hard time remembering. The leg spinner was picked up by MI in 2011, but he played only one game over three seasons before being drafted by RCB in IPL 2014. a lifetime. But there was one particular incident that the leg spinner does not remember well.

Now part of the Rajasthan Royals, Chahal, revealed in an episode of RR’s Youtube show Cricket Tales, a 9-year-old incident. Chahal said in IPL 2013, when he was part of the Mumbai Indians squad, a “drunk” foreign player had “hung him from the 15th floor.”

“This dates back to 2013 when I was with Mumbai Indians. We had a game in Bengaluru. There was a meeting after that. So there was a player who was very drunk. I will not take his name. He was very drunk, he saw me for a long time and he just called me and he took me outside and he hung me on the balcony, “said Chahal.

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The cunning leg spinner, who had almost disappeared at the time, did not name the cricketer.

“My hands were sitting like that around him (showing the way of his grip). When I lost my grip, I was on the 15th floor. Suddenly, a lot of people who were there came and handled the situation. I hit a “a little bit, they gave me water. Then I realized how responsible we have to be when we go everywhere,” Chahal added.

Chahal has had a fantastic start to IPL 2022. He has been the choice of the RR bowlers so far in the 15th edition of the tournament. Chahal grabbed 7 wickets at an economic rate of 5.45 in the three games he has played so far for the Royals.

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