New Delhi: The team’s fast bowler has broken his silence regarding 2013 spot-fixing. He said why would I do this for ten lakh rupees. Talking to the English website Sports Krida, Sreesanth proved ten lakh rupees as a small amount and said that when I do a party, a bill of two lakh rupees comes. During this, he said that I keep helping people, in such a situation, due to the prayers of all of them, I have been able to get out of this by being acquitted.
Let us tell you that in the year 2013, when the names of some players of Rajasthan Royals came in the spot-fixing, then there was a sensation in the cricket world. During this fixing, the player whose name came in the most discussion included fast bowler S Sreesanth. Sreesanth was banned from playing after the matter came to light. After serving the ban, Sreesanth has returned to the field, although he has also participated in domestic cricket for Kerala.
Talking to the private web portal Sports Krida, Sreesanth said, “This is the first time in which I am telling something about him (spot-fixing). 6 balls i.e. more than 14 runs were needed in an over. In the first four balls, I have Gave only 5 runs. During this, no no ball, no wide ball. Not even a slow ball. Even after having 12 surgeries in the foot, I was bowling at a speed of 130 kmph. “
Recalling the 2013 incident, Sreesanth said, “I participated in the Irani Trophy and was preparing myself for the series against Africa. That series was to be held in the month of September 2013. It was my endeavor to participate in that series. I am not making big things, but when I used to party, the bills of that party used to come to about Rs 2 lakh.
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