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‘A drunk foreign player hung me from balcony of 15th floor’: Chahal's startling revelation from MI days in IPL 2013
08 April 2022 IST
‘A drunk foreign player hung me from balcony of 15th floor’: Chahal

Presently a piece of the Rajasthan Royals, Chahal, in an episode of RR's Youtube show Cricket Tales, uncovered a 9-year-old occurrence. Chahal said in IPL 2012, when he was important for the Mumbai Indians crew, a "smashed" unfamiliar player had "draped him from the fifteenth floor."

 
 

That Yuzvendra Chahal began his IPL vocation with the Mumbai Indians and not Royal Challengers Bangalore is a reality that even cricket fans could to battle to review. The leg-spinner was gotten by MI in 2011 however he played just a single match across three seasons prior to being roped in by RCB in IPL 2014. During his three-year spell with MI, Chahal shaped solid bonds with numerous cricketers and made recollections for a lifetime. Yet, there was one specific occurrence that the leg-spinner doesn't remember affectionately.
 
Presently a piece of the Rajasthan Royals, Chahal, in an episode of RR's Youtube show Cricket Tales, uncovered a 9-year-old occurrence. Chahal said in IPL 2013, when he was essential for the Mumbai Indians crew, a "tipsy" unfamiliar player had "balanced him from the fifteenth floor."
 
"This traces all the way back to 2013 when I was with Mumbai Indians. We had a match in Bengaluru. There was a party after that. So there was a player who was extremely intoxicated. I won't take his name. He was exceptionally inebriated, he was taking a gander at me for quite a while and he just called me and he took me outside and he balanced me on the overhang," Chahal said.
 

 
 

The sly leg-spinner, who had nearly blacked out during that time, didn't name the cricketer.
 
"My hands were around him like this (shows the method of his hold). Had I lost my hold, I was on the fifteenth floor. Abruptly many individuals who were there came and dealt with the circumstance. I sort of blacked out, they gave me water. Then, at that point, I understood how capable we should be the point at which we go anyplace," Chahal added.
 

Chahal has had a superb beginning to IPL 2022. He has been the pick of the RR bowlers such a long ways in the fifteenth release of the competition. Chahal has gotten 7 wickets at an economy pace of 5.45 in the three matches that he played such a long ways for the Royals.

 
 
 
 
 

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November 28, 2016 05:00 IST
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