New Delhi: Team India pacer S Sreesanth has once again returned to the field. After a seven-year-long legal battle, Sreesanth played a match against Puducherry in Mumbai on behalf of Kerala in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. He also performed his best in the match and took his first wicket after the comeback. He made Fabid Ahmad his first victim. He took the wicket of the opening batsman Fabid Ahmad. He jolted his first wicket after a total of 2804 days in competitive cricket after the ban.
Sreesanth, who was inducted into the Kerala team last month for the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy cricket tournament, has made a comeback from this T20 domestic tournament. After the match, he thanked the fellows for their support in difficult times. Sreesanth wrote on Twitter, "Thank you for your love and support... This is just the beginning. I need more of your two. A lot of respect to you and your family. '
Sreesanth, who suffered a ban for nearly 7 years after allegations of spot-fixing in IPL, celebrated the wicket on the ground and also posted a video on social media. He took the wicket of Ahmad in the fourth over of the innings.
Thanks a lot for all the support and love ..it’s just the beginning..with all of ur wishes and prayers many many many more to go..❤️????????????lots of respect to u nd family ..— Sreesanth (@sreesanth36)