“Drunk Player Dangled Me From Balcony.” Yuzvendra Chahal Reveals. Spoke to Ravichandran Ashwin and Karun Nair about an unpleasant incident that occurred during his time with the Mumbai Indians in 2013.
Yuzvendra Chahal is having a fantastic season with his new team in the Indian Premier League. The leg-spinner has kept it tidy while playing for the Rajasthan Royals, taking wickets at regular intervals. He currently has seven wickets in three matches for the Rajasthan Royals in the IPL 2022, and he hopes to continue his good form. Off the field, Chahal is a character and a well-liked figure in the locker room due to his easygoing demeanor. However, during his time with the Mumbai Indians in 2013, Chahal had to deal with an unpleasant incident in which a player became inebriated.
Chahal, Karun Nair, and Ravichandran Ashwin narrated their “comeback stories” in a video shared by Rajasthan Royals on Twitter.
The leg-spinner opened up about an incident that “not many people know about,” according to him.
He discussed his narrow escape in 2013 when a drunk Mumbai Indians player, whom Chahal did not name, dangled him from the balcony.
“Some people are aware of my story. I’ve never mentioned it, and I’ve never told anyone about it. In 2013, I was a member of the Mumbai Indians. In Bengaluru, we had a match. Following that, there was a get-together. I won’t mention the player’s name because he was extremely inebriated. He’s extremely inebriated; Staring at me and simply calling my name. He dangled me from the balcony and took me outside “In the video, Chahal tells Ashwin and Nair.
Watch: Yuzvendra Chahal Reveals “Drunk Player Dangled Me From Balcony.”
“My arms were wrapped around him. I would have been on the 15th floor if I hadn’t lost my grip. Suddenly, a large number of people who were present arrived and brought the situation under control. I almost passed out. They gave me water, and that’s when I realized how responsible you have to be if you go anywhere. So, this was one incident in which I felt I escaped with my life. I would have collapsed if there had been even the slightest mistake “He continued.
Chahal played for the Mumbai Indians for one season in 2013, after which he moved on to the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). The spinner had only played one game for the Mumbai Indians in his first IPL season and had failed to take any wickets.
The 31-year-old then spent eight years with RCB, where he is the franchise’s most successful bowler. Chahal took 139 wickets for the Royal Challengers Bangalore over an eight-year period.
Moreover, Chahal’s current business In the current season, the Rajasthan Royals have won two games. The Royal Challengers Bangalore, Chahal’s old team, has been their only defeat this season.