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Tim Bresnan, the former England all-rounder, revealed that he and Jonathan Trott resorted to drugs

July 10, 2020

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Tim Bresnan, the previous England all-rounder, discussed an occurrence when he alongside Jonathan Trott depended on drugs. It was during the time in 2008 when they played the Hong Kong Cricket Sixes competition.

The 35-year-old Bresnan had just made his presentation by then in T20Is and ODIs and in 2009, the 35-year-old forayed into Test cricket also. Bresnan said that he and Trott took Ketamine, a drug essentially utilized for beginning and looking after sedation. Later they went to Loughborough and got themselves tried.

Tim Bresnan claims he got drugged in Hong Kong

They got sedated in Hong Kong, when they were in Hong Kong Sixes, Bresnan and Jonny Trott. What’s more, they got spiked. They figure it was ketamine, there were follows in their framework. Be that as it may, they got to Loughborough and got the medications tried and stuff, the willful ones. They have lost the plot by then, at any rate, Bresnan cited as saying on the Shackles Are Off digital broadcast.

Bresnan additionally discussed his travails with psychological well-being after an extreme presentation arrangement where Sri Lanka’s Sanath Jayasuriya selected the bones from him. Sometime in the past, he wanted to leave cricket. It influenced him to such a degree, that he was unable to bowl to one side hander for a long time.

Bresnan as of late moved to Warwickshire subsequent to serving Yorkshire for upwards of 19 years in England’s local cricket. He acknowledged that the lockdown period has done some incredible things for him.

Bresnan made his presentation against Sri Lanka on June 15, 2006, at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. In that game, he bowled several overs, yielding 20 runs and scored a run-a-ball six. After several days, he made his ODI debut too at a similar scene.

In 23 Tests, 85 ODIs, and 34 T20Is, Bresnan scored 1,662 runs and got 205 wickets. He last wore the national hues in 2015 against Ireland at Malahide.

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