VIDEO: Sreesanth took wicket after 7 years, ‘salute’ the pitch, dominated the social media

Mumbai: The Indian fast bowler Sreesanth, known as Kerala Express, has made a strong comeback on the field. Sreesanth, who returned to the field after a full 7 years, showed a glimpse of the old form in his first spell and not only completed his 4-over quota in the match, but also took a wicket in the style of the opposition team opener. However, after the match, a picture of him came on social media and came to light

Clean opener of opposing team opener

Sreesanth returned to Kerala after 7 years in the Syed Mustaq Ali Trophy Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2021 match. He bowled the second over after Basil Thampi in the match against Puducherry. However, his over scored 13 runs, which included two fours. At the same time, 4 runs went as leg byes. Even though Sreesanth did not take any wickets in the first over, but as soon as he came to bowl his second over, he gave clean bowling to Puducherry opener Fabid Ahmed on the second ball.

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Sreesanth bowed to the pitch

Sreesanth bowled his fourth over as the 15th over of the match and only 4 singles could be scored in this over. In this way, Sreesanth took 1 wicket for 29 runs in his 4 over quota. Sreesanth, throwing his fourth over of his quota, folded his hands in front of the pitch. This picture of him is becoming viral on social media.

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Kerala won the match, Puducherry could only score 138 runs

In this match, Puducherry’s team could not recover from the setback from Sreesanth and could only manage 138 runs by losing wickets in 20 overs. Kerala team achieved this target by losing just 4 wickets in 18.2 overs.

Ban was done for spot fixing in 2013

In the IPL 2013, Sreesanth, playing for Rajasthan Royals, his teammates Ajit Chandila and Ankit Chavan were arrested by Delhi Police on spot fixing charges. He was granted bail after about 25 days in this case. He was banned for life by the BCCI in this case. But after the intervention of the Supreme Court, this ban was reduced to 7 years. After the end of this ban, Sreesanth has turned 37 now, but the powerful way he has returned to the field has become a topic of discussion.


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