Sreesanth Spot-fixing Ban Ends
Sreesanth Spot-fixing Ban Ends

Indian cricketer Sreesanth pours out deep from his heart that he is ready to give everything he left out to show in cricket. Sreesanth was banned for 7 years by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2013 for spot-fixing.

Sreesanth Spot-fixing Ban Ends

Sreesanth spot-fixing ban ends on September 13 2020 and he is completely free to feature in any form of cricket if he is in fit and form.

Sreesanth took to his official Twitter account and expressed, “I will never ever cheat cricket even when I am playing a friendly match. I don’t bowl easy ones or try to lose. So pls get that right with everyone. I’m completely free of any charges and anything and now gonna represent the sport I love the most. I will give my very best.”

Sreesanth Ready to Showup for Another 5-7 years

He also said, “I will give my very best to every ball I bowl even its just practice. I just have another 5 to 7 years max to give it all I’ve got and I will give the very best to any team I play for and share my humble experiences.”

The 37-year old Right-arm fast-medium bowler from Kerala stated that he was fighting against the system which allegedly put him in the mix.

“I fought the battle and won. Wasn’t part of anything. I had to fight my way. Change yes as a person and human being. With age, everyone learns, but don’t ever say I was part of it.”

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