“Sorry…you deserve so better than this”- Robin Uthappa reacts to Sunil Chhetri’s viral video of WB Governor pushing him


“Sorry…you deserve so better than this”- Robin Uthappa reacts to Sunil Chhetri’s viral video of WB Governor pushing him

Robin Uthappa and Sunil Chhetri

A video has been going viral all over the internet of how West Bengal’s Governor La Ganesan Iyer was seen pushing Bengaluru FC captain Sunil Chhetri get into the frame. Former India cricketer Robin Uthappa has extended his support to Chhetri.

Under Chhetri, Bengaluru FC clinched their first-ever Durand Cup trophy defeating Mumbai FC BY 2-1 at the iconic Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata. After the win, during the post-match presentation, West Bengal Governor Gansesan, who was standing behind Chhetri, was seen pushing Chhetri to pose for a photograph with the Durand Cup trophy.

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Uthappa took to Twitter and wrote: “That’s just all sorts if wrong!! Sorry @chetrisunil11 you deserve so much better than this!!”

Check the video below:

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Aakash Chopra reacted to the video and called it “Disgraceful”

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Aakash Chopra and Sunil Chhetri

Former India opener and full time cricket pundit Aakash Chopra also reacted to the video, calling it “disgraceful”.

The same incident happened when Siva Sakthi Narayanan was receiving the President’s Cup during the presentation and West Bengal sports minister Aroop Biswas pushed him to get into the frame.

Meanwhile, Bengaluru FC has also scripted history by clinching the Durand Cup, Shimla Trophy and President’s Cup for the first time in their history. Also, they have also won in the I-League (2014 and 2016), Federation Cup (2015 and 2017), Super Cup (2018) and the Indian Super League (2019).

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Robin Uthappa recently took retirement from international and Indian cricket. He was part of India’s 2007 T20 World Cup winning team. He played 14 T20Is and 46 ODIs for India. In the Indian Premier League, he was one of the most valuable players known for his aggressive batting. He has represented six teams in IPL and had success with the Chennai Super Kings (2021) and Kolkata Knight Riders (2014).

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