IPL 2021: This RCB player's interview created a ruckus, a statement on Virat Kohli, now the video was deleted
Royal Challengers Bangalore suffered a defeat at the hands of the Punjab Kings on 30 April. In the midst of this result, a dispute related to the team has also come to light. RCB allrounder Dan Christian's interview to foreign media became ruckus. In this interview, it was talked about the captaincy of Virat Kohli and the atmosphere of RCB. In such a situation, RCB has deleted the video citing contract violation. Also, there is news to warn Christian. However, RCB has denied that Christian has been warned.
In this regard, RCB told the Indian Express that after Christian's interview, all the players have been reminded about the media protocol of the team. Like every season, even before IPL 2021, such a note was shared with the players. No official warning has been given to Dan Christian or any other player. The media commitment of all the players of the team is with the Indian media only. If you get time again, you can talk to the foreign media. Earlier, the grade cricketer had alleged that Christian asked him to delete the interview with Kyle Jamieson as RCB warned him.
What did the interviewer say
'The Grade Cricketer' host Sam Parry said in a recent episode, 'I was told by Dan Christian that he has been warned about contract violations. Dan was asked by RCB to ask us to remove the video. Due to our respect for Dan and his contract, we have removed the video. In the video which is surrounded by questions, Kyle Jamieson along with Christian was also involved. In this, it was talked about Kohli, Harshal Patel and coming to Australia.
During the conversation, the Australian player jokingly talked about Kohli and Jamieson's practice with Duke Ball. He had said that Kohli had asked Jamieson to practice with Duke Ball before the final of the World Test Championship. But Jamieson refused. Christian had also said that Kohli comes to the team meeting outside the ground only half the time. At the same time, other senior players like AB de Villiers are constantly active.