Ross Taylor's shocking accusation against IPL team owner "Slapped Me Across The Face 3-4 Times"

Ross Taylor was slapped across the face by Rajasthan Royals owner after being out for a duck . Taylor played for Royal Challengers Bangalore from 2008-2010 and then with RR in 2011 .

Ross Taylor, a former New Zealand batter, made a shocking revelation in his autobiography, which was published earlier this week.Taylor recalls being punched across the face by one of the owners of Rajasthan Royals during his time in the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise after he had been out for a duck in a steep chase against Punjab Kings, who were then known as Kings XI Punjab in the novel, Black & White.He did say that the slaps were not painful, but that he was not certain that it was actually play-acting.Rajasthan played Kings XI Punjab in Mohali.In Taylor's autobiography, he was lbw for a duck and we didnt come close, according to Taylor's book.

Warnie was there with him, and he went on to write.One of the Royals owners said to me, Ross, we didnt pay you a million dollars to get a duck and slapped me across the face three or four times, Taylor said.She was laughing, and they werent aggressive slaps, but I'm not sure it was just play-acting.I wasnt going to make an effort to deal with it, but I could not imagine it happening in many professional sporting situations, the legendary Kiwi batter wrote.Taylor played for Royal Challengers Bangalore from 2008-2010 and then with RR in 2011.