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VIDEO: Sreesanth bowling toe-crushing yorkers in the nets


Sreesanth ban ends

The Indian fast bowler, Sreesanth, who was banned from international cricket, is eligible to play for his country again after his ban is being lifted. Even though age is not in favour of him, the 37-year-old said that he has seven years of cricket left in him.

Sreesanth played a major role in both the 2007 T20 World Cup and 2011 World Cup. He has not been happy with the behaviour of his senior cricketers during the ban. He said that he has got no support from his teammates during the ban.

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During the IPL 2013 season, he was banned from all forms of cricket after being found guilty. He also involved in a fight with his senior cricketer, Harbhajan Singh. He did not get a chance to play for RR as well after a fight with Paddy Upton who was their head coach at that time.

Sreesanth, who loves to make headlines, featured in a Malayalam movie during his ban period. His ban was lifted on 13th September 2020. He did not play the game since 2013, but the player has the confidence to make a comeback into the national team.

According to the reports, the right-arm pacer has been in touch with the cricket clubs in Australia and England. The Kerala-born cricketer wants to play for his country again in the 2023 ODI World Cup.

Sreesanth has started to practice after his ban is being lifted. A clip of Sreesanth’s practice has gone viral on the internet. He is bowling the toe crushing yorkers and the batsman has no clue.

Watch the video here:

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