Yuzvendra Chahal made a surprising admission when he stated that an intoxicated Mumbai Indians teammate hung him from a balcony during IPL 2013 and that other players had to intervene to get the situation under control. The cricket community was stunned by the news, with many demanding Chahal name the player.
Former India batter Virender Sehwag also took to Twitter, asking Chahal to name the player because the event is really serious. Ravi Shastri, the former head coach of Team India, has now reacted to the event, stating it is “not humorous at all.”
He also stated that if the player involved in the incident was not in a “cognizant state of mind,” it would be “a major concern.” According to Shastri, the perpetrator should be punished and given a life ban.
“You don’t want a terrible situation to wake you up; if it does, you must take action and inform the appropriate parties. When the Anti-Corruption Unit informs you that someone has approached you about mending something, it is your responsibility to contact the authorities and inform them,” Shastri stated.
Ravi Shastri also said it is a matter o-f big concern and not funny at all someone’s life is in danger. If the player was intoxicated then it’s a big worry. He also said that whoever the person is Strict action should be taken against him and he should not be allowed to even come near the cricket field.
Yuzvendra Chahal told about this incident in an interview with his fellow mates in Rajasthan Royals Ravi Ashwin and Karun Nair. Yuzi also said he was lucky as one slight mistake and he would have fallen from the 15th floor which would be fatal. According to leggie he fainted during the incident and people came out to help and took control of the situation.