Watch: Ambati Rayudu Involved in a Scuffle on Hyderabad Road
Team India cricketer Ambati Rayudu who has been a part of the limited overs set up for a long time now was seen in a scuffle with a man on Hyderabad after an alleged argument with the person over rash driving. ANI broke the news through their twitter handle, but the video source capturing the violent incident was unknown.
In the video, we can see Rayudu running towards a middle aged man and attempting a punch before other people comes and intervenes. Whatever might be the incident, it is simply not acceptable from an Indian cricketer to behave in this manner on the road. He has been a sensitive guy and isn’t one of the fondest cricketers going around.
Rayudu has played a handful of limited overs matches for India and boasts of a pretty impressive record in his brief career. He has donned the Indian colors on 34 occasions in ODI’s and six times in T20I’s. The reliable middle order batsman has already amassed 1055 runs in 34 ODI’s at a staggering average of 50.23. He has also smashed a couple of centuries to go with his six half-centuries.
Rayudu has been a part of the Mumbai Indians set up in the Indian Premier League for a long time and has made a name for himself. Despite not performing well in the previous IPL, he was part of the playing XI in almost all the matches given his vast experience of playing for the franchise. Rayudu has been in the reckoning for more than one and a half decade.
He was the captain of the Indian U-19 team in the 2003 World Cup before making his first class debut a year earlier. In 94 first-class matches, Rayudu has scored nearly 6000 runs at an average of 44. He is not part of the Indian squad which is currently in Sri Lanka competing in a five match ODI series.
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