Sreesanth Will Return To Field After 4 Years To Unleash His 'Fury'
Posted On 7th August, 2017 @ 17:16 pm by Mihika Jindal



Sure, we haven’t seen him on the field in a really long time. But that doesn’t mean we have forgotten the right-arm fast-medium-pace bowler and a right-handed tail-ender batsman Shanthakumaran Sreesanth.


If this story’s got you thinking of a fellow who often got into brawls on the field, and you’ve no idea where he really went, allow us to pull you out from that house you’ve built under a rock. Sreesanth, as a part of Rajasthan Royals, was booked by the Delhi police for spot fixing in the 2013 IPL. Following the arrest, the BCCI put a lifetime ban on him from playing cricket. 


Last year, the Delhi High Court gave him a clean chit and acquitted him of all charges. But even after the court’s verdict, BCCI refused to budge and the ban continued. The Kerala High Court, today, agreed with the Delhi High Court declaring Sreesanth clear of all charges. 



Not hoping for big things amidst all this mess, Sreesanth’s immediate desire is to join Kerala Ranji Trophy team. Looking much older than what we last remember, he posted on Instagram thanking all those who supported him.  


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