Yuzvendra Chahal was a survivor of provocation while playing in IPL. 90 days prior, this leg-spinner made a mix in the cricket world by submitting this question against a Mumbai Indians cricketer. This time previous New Zealand cricketer Ross Taylor submitted a more serious question than Chahal. His grumbling isn’t against any cricketer, however against a proprietor of an IPL group.
Taylor claimed that he was slapped by a Rajasthan Royals establishment proprietor for not getting runs. In his self-portrayal ‘Highly contrasting’, this New Zealand legend impacted the IPL. The occurrence Taylor talked about was after Rajasthan Royals’ match against Kings XI Punjab in Mohali in 2011. He was slapped a few times by one of the proprietors of Rajasthan Royals after he was excused for no runs in that match. In any case, Taylor didn’t make reference to him by name.
Taylor wrote in his self-portrayal, ‘Our objective was 195 runs. In any case, I got lbw for zero runs. We were unable to try and draw near to the objective in that match. After the match, every one of the cricketers, support staff and group the board went to a bar on the highest level of the group inn. Liz Hurley was there with Warney (Shane Warne). After that he slapped my cheek three or multiple times.’
Taylor was slapped by the establishment proprietor giggling. Still it didn’t seem like a very remarkable joke, because he was giggling and not slapping excessively hard. Yet, I’m certain, it wasn’t totally acting. In that situation I would have rather not made an issue out of it. Yet, I was unable to envision that event in an expert
Taylor was drafted by Rajasthan Royals in 2011 subsequent to playing three seasons for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Rajasthan is yet to remark on the grievance.
Ross Taylor’s life account likewise contains dangerous charges of prejudice in New Zealand cricket, which presently can’t seem to end the ruckus.