Seam bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth says he dreams of representing India in a 2019 World Cup after he had his life anathema from a diversion carried in court.
The 34-year-old, who represented India in 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20Is, was criminialized for life by a BCCI for his purported impasse in a match-fixing liaison in a 2013 Indian Premier League.
However, on Monday a Kerala state high probity carried his anathema on a drift that a BCCI had not valid Sreesanth’s purpose in a scandal.
And now a right-arm bowler is eyeing a lapse to general cricket even yet he has been in a forest for 4 years.
Sreesanth told The Times of India: “My dream is to play 2019 World Cup for India.
“But we know it is subsequent to unfit and it would be a spectacle if we play in that World Cup. But we have always believed that miracles can happen.
“There competence be unbending foe for quick bowlers’ spots now. But there was foe even when we done my approach into a Indian team.
“I have always felt that foe gets a best out of me. we only wish that we can do probity to my talent on my comeback.”
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