Sreesanth castled Puducherry opener Fabid Ahmed within the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy match.© Twitter
Quick bowler S Sreesanth, who made a return to aggressive cricket on Monday, is relishing his comeback the place he picked his first wicket in seven years. Sreesanth, who was named within the Kerala squad for the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy final month, bagged his first wicket in seven years as he introduced his return to aggressive cricket within the match in opposition to Puducherry. The pacer within the fourth over castled Fabid Ahmed to cut back the aspect to 26/2 within the nationwide T20 competitors.
Thanks quite a bit for all of the assist and love ..it is just the start..with all of ur needs and prayers many many many extra to go..numerous respect to u nd household .. #blessed #humbled #cricket #bcci #kerala #love #team #family #india #nevergiveup pic.twitter.com/bMnXbYOrHm
— Sreesanth (@sreesanth36) January 11, 2021
“Thanks quite a bit for all of the assist and love ..it is just the start..with all of ur needs and prayers many many many extra to go..numerous respect to u nd household .. #blessed #humbled #BCCI #india #nevergiveup,” Sreesanth tweeted.
Puducherry scored 138 runs of their allotted 20 overs with Ashith Rajiv top-scoring for the aspect. Kerala’s Jalaj Saxena was the decide of the bowlers as he bagged three wickets whereas gifting away simply 13 runs.
Kerala then chased down the goal with 10 balls to spare on the again of an all-round batting efficiency. Skipper Sanju Samson top-scored with 32 runs whereas opening batsman Robin Uthappa hit 21 off 12 balls.
Sreesanth was banned by the Board of Contol for Cricket in India (BCCI) in August 2013 alongside together with his Rajasthan Royals teammates Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan for indulging in alleged spot-fixing within the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Nevertheless, final yr, his lifetime ban was decreased to seven years, which bought over in September. The Indian seamer was seen in the perfect of kind as he bowled in full move and completed with figures of 1-29 on Monday.
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