Kochi: Former Indian fast pitcher S. Sreesanth has been included in the Kerala squad for the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 cricket tournament starting next month. This will be the first tournament for Sreesanth who has faced a seven-year ban on match-fixing allegations.
S. Sreesanth shared a video on Twitter. In this video, players and officials join and welcome them to the team. By posting this video he put an emotional caption. He wrote: “There is no stronger man than a broken man who rebuilds himself. Thank you for all your support and love ”.
Sreesanth (S. Sreesanth) has been banned by the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) for his alleged involvement in spot-fixing in the IPL. The state cricket council kept him on the squad for the Mushtaq Ali Trophy tournament from January 10 in Mumbai.
“There is nothing stronger than a broken man, who has rebuilt himself ..” Thank you so much for all the supoort and love .. # Gods grace #humbled #cricket #keralacricketassociation #bcci #grateful # respect #love #bestisyettocome pic.twitter .com / U0xyEg9XHu
– Sreesanth (@ sreesanth36) December 30, 2020
The ban on S. Sreesanth ended in September of this year.
Earlier this month, he was scheduled to play the T20 tournament in Alappuzha, which was canceled due to the Corona outbreak.
Sanju Samson will be the captain of the Kerala squad, while Sachin Baby will be the vice-captain.
Let us know that experienced players like Jalaj Saxena, Robin Uthappa and Basil Thampi are also on this squad.