Australian all-rounder, Dan Christian, finds himself in sizzling waters as Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) has issued a warning to the participant for a breach of contract for his feedback on Virat Kohli throughout a podcast.
Dan Christian together with New Zealand pacer, Kyle Jamieson, appeared in a current podcast with The Grade Cricketer wherein the previous made a number of humorous revelations that took social media platforms by storm.
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In the course of the podcast, the Aussie recalled the time when RCB all-rounder, Kyle Jamieson, refused to bowl on the RCB skipper, Virat Kohli, with the Dukes ball.
Here’s what Christian stated:
Fairly cagey from Virat really, proper within the first week we had been right here. The three of us had been sitting down after the nets and these two had been speaking about Check cricket. Virat stated: ‘So Jamie have you ever bowled a lot with the Dukes ball?’
Jamie says: ‘Yeah, I’ve a few them right here, I’ll have a bowl main in earlier than I am going over there’ and Virat says ‘Oh, if you wish to have a bowl in opposition to me within the nets, I’m more than pleased to face’. “Jamie was like, ‘No likelihood I’m going to bowl at you!’ He would have checked out his launch level and every thing that he does with the Dukes ball!
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In the meantime, The Grade Cricketer has eliminated the video of the podcast with Christian and Jamieson on the request of the previous after receiving a warning by RCB.
A current assertion by The Grade Cricketer stated:
Earlier this afternoon, we took down the video after Dan Christian knowledgeable us that he has been issued a warning for ‘breach of contract’ following his look on The Grade Cricketer earlier this week.
The incident speaks so much concerning the BCCI and Indian captain misusing their authorities. Cricketers make informal remarks on a regular basis, nevertheless, warning them for such candid conversations ‘talking the reality’ says so much about Indian cricket.
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