Sreesanth swore his parents and children, know why
News Track 30 September 2019 11:55
New Delhi: Former Indian fast bowler Shantakumaran Sreesanth, who lost his career due to allegations of match-fixing, has made a big statement. He swore to his parents and children that he would never do match-fixing for 100 crores. Recently, the Supreme Court granted relief to Sreesanth and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to reconsider his life ban. After this, the BCCI thought about Sreesanth's career and reduced his ban which is coming to an end next year.
Sreesanth has said that "he has not been found guilty of match-fixing charges and neither has he ever done so. Speaking to a website, he said, "I swear to my children. I swear to my sick parents that I have never been in the spot-fixing. My parents have long wanted to see me playing matches. Because I have never done anything wrong".
"I will never do this even for 100 crores rupees". The fast bowler has also revealed that "there are some cricketers who got caught on match-fixing charges and played cricket, but I will not name them because I have seven years. Only have faith in the truth". After the ban was lifted, Sreesanth said that "he wanted to return to cricket". Sreesanth wants to complete his 100 wickets in Test cricket. Sreesanth has taken 87 wickets in Test cricket. Sreesanth wants to say goodbye to cricket by scoring a century of wickets in Test cricket.