Brendon McCullum made the big statement about failing in drug test in IPL 2016

New Zealand‘s former captain Brendon McCullum has made a big statement about being positive in the drug test in the Indian Premier League 2016 season. McCullough has dismissed the rumor of the positive drug test and said that there was no such thing.

In a conversation with New Zealand’s Stuff Dot, Dot New Zealand, McCullum said that he had asthma and that the amount of pollution in Delhi was very high. That’s why he had increased the amount of his medicine. They had to take more than their usual dose of medicine. This resulted in the amount of ‘salbutamol’ found in their urine sample.

McCullum said that he had to go through a process to provide all kinds of information and information. We have passed through all these things and all are happy with the cleanness. McCullum said that I do not see this as a failed drug test. I have no need for cleaning or confirmation for anything because at that time I needed to increase the number of medicines for my health, and there was no remorse for this.

Significantly, Brendon McCullum was part of the team of Gujarat Lions in the 2016 IPL season. Suresh Raina was the captain of the team at that time. After that incident, McCullum doctors and lawyers had given the correct reason for taking his medication, after which he got a clean chit in 2017.

Although McCullum did not make any statement on his behalf now he has silenced it. Let us tell you that Brendon McCullum was part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team in the 11th season. Although this season he was not able to do anything special and due to this, he did not even get the chance to play in the whole match. See what kind of next season they show their performance.