Indian cricket team fast bowler S Sreesanth is returning to cricket once again after 8 years. Sreesanth will be seen playing in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2020, the first tournament being held in the Indian domestic season, after almost 8 years. He has been included in the Kerala team for this tournament. Where he will now be seen leading the team’s fast bowling attack.
Sreesanth was famous as an aggressive bowler during the field, in the same way, he will now once again appear in the same style. During this tournament, Sreesanth has also taken part in a warm-up match.
Sreesanth did not change at all
During the warm-up match, fast bowler Sreesanth was seen in a very aggressive style. Where he was seen staring and sledding all the batsmen. 37-year-old saint was still seen in the same style, which also brought back old memories. This video of Sreesanth can also be gauged that, he did not look changed at all. He has bowled continuously with his full speed.
Sreesanth also wants to win Ranji and Irani Trophy
His ban on Sreesanth was reduced in 2019, which was later reduced to 7 years. Due to this, he also became eligible to play domestic and international cricket. Talking to an English newspaper, he said, “Now hopefully, he can also play ODI World Cup in the year 2023. Even now more and more information is being gathered about IPL teams.
He said, “Sanju Samson and Tinu also told me that, they wanted to gift me this trophy on my return, but I want to get not only the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy but also Ranji and Irani Trophies”. .
Goal to win ODI World Cup in 2023
Sreesanth further says, “If I do well, I can get more opportunities.” Now I am also getting more and more information about IPL. I want to tell that, I am fully fit and now I have bowled well. My goal has been for India to win the One Day World Cup in 2023. I sincerely hope for this ”.