VIDEO: 'When I was left to die..,' Yuzvendra Chahal narrated horrific story

New Delhi: Indian cricket Team's star spinner Yuzvendra Chahal has been playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL) for quite some time. In 2014, he was at Mumbai Indians before joining Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). At the same time, Chahal is playing for Rajasthan Royals (RR) this season. Ashwin is also with him in this team. Now RR has shared a video in which Ashwin is seen discussing cricket with Chahal and Karun Nair. During this discussion, Chahal has shared a shocking anecdote.


Chahal told how his life was saved in IPL 2013. In this video, Chahal is saying, "I have never told this story before, but now people will know about it. It was in 2013 when I was in the Mumbai Indians team. We had one match in Bangalore. There was a get-together after the match. So there was a player out there, who was drunk, I wouldn't name him. He was too drunk. He had been staring at me for quite some time, and then he called me.'' 

Chahal said, "The player took me out and he hung me from the balcony. My hands were wrapped around his throat. If I missed my grip... I was on the 15th floor. Suddenly a lot of people present there came, they handled this whole situation. I was a little unconscious, people gave me water. That day I understood how responsible we should be when we go out. It was an incident that I think I had survived. There would have been a little mistake and I would have fallen down.''

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