S Sreesanth in Ranji Trophy: S Sreesanth, who was one of the important bowlers of Team India from 2006 to 2011, has once again entered cricket through domestic tournaments. He is included in the squad of Kerala in the Ranji Trophy 2022. He has also been made a part of the playing XI in the ongoing first match against Meghalaya. Sreesanth has also taken two wickets on the first day, proving his selection right.
Two players were sent to the pavilion in the same over
In the Ranji match against Kerala, the entire team of Meghalaya, batting first, was reduced to just 148 runs. Sreesanth, who was bowling for Kerala, did not get the early wickets but he breathed a sigh of relief by sending the tail batsmen to the pavilion. Sreesanth ended Meghalaya’s innings by sending Aryan Barora and Chengkam Sangma to the pavilion in the same over. Sreesanth bowled 11.5 overs on the first day. He took 2 wickets for 40 runs.
Last played first class cricket in 2013
Sreesanth last played red-ball cricket for the Rest of India in 2013 against Mumbai. Sreesanth got one wicket in this match. After 9 years, he has now got a chance to play first class cricket.
Such has been the record of Sreesanth in international cricket
Sreesanth made his international debut on 25 October 2005 against Sri Lanka. At the same time, the last match he played against England at the Oval in August 2011. That is, more than 10 years have passed since he played international cricket. Sreesanth has taken a total of 169 wickets in international cricket for India.
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