S. Sreesanth
S. Sreesanth. (Photograph Supply: MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP by way of Getty Pictures)

Former India pacer S Sreesanth has made a giant declare saying that if he was within the former India skipper Virat Kohli’s group then the Males in Blue would have received three extra World Cups – in 2015, 2019, and 2021. S Sreesanth is among the few gamers who have been a part of each Indian squads that lifted the T20 World Cup in 2007 and and ODI World Cup in 2011.

Throughout the 2007 T20 World Cup, the right-arm pacer bowled a number of fiery spells for his group and took the all-important catch whereas being stationed on the fine-leg area within the closing match in opposition to Pakistan as India went on to develop into the primary ever champions of the worldwide T20 event.

Sreesanth was banned from all codecs following alleged involvement in spot-fixing

Sreesanth’s cricket profession then took a bitter flip as he was banned from all types of the sport after his alleged involvement in spot-fixing. Nevertheless, the right-arm pacer didn’t quit and made a robust comeback to the home circuit after 9 years, however his want to signify India another time couldn’t be fulfilled as he took retirement from all types of cricket in March 2022.

“If I might have been part of the group underneath Virat’s captaincy, India would have received the World Cup in 2015, 2019 & 2021,” Sreesanth stated in an interplay with Instances Now. The categorical pacer additionally talked in regards to the artwork of bowling yorkers on a constant foundation and revealed that his coach taught him to bowl yorkers with a tennis ball.

“It is very important visualize whereas enjoying and small areas don’t make any distinction. Somewhat it’s higher to study such methods right here, given there are a number of distractions. My coach taught me the best way to throw yorkers with tennis balls. In case you ask Bumrah, he’ll say that it’s simple too,” he added.

Speaking about Sreesanth’s numbers within the worldwide area, the right-arm pacer performed 27 Assessments, 53 ODIs, and 10 T20Is for the Males in Blue.

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