S Sreesanth picks his favourite bowler and batsman across all formats
Sreesanth also said that he personally is not in favour of playing against Pakistan.
Published - Apr 18, 2020 12:53 pm | Updated - Apr 18, 2020 12:56 pm
After the extension of lockdown in India, the cricketers are passing the majority time of their day on social media. Earlier, Rohit Sharma, Yuvraj Singh, Kevin Pietersen conducted a live session. Now, Sreesanth, the former Indian pacer also joined the bandwagon and gave answers to the curious questions of the fans. During the same, he picked his favourite bowler and batsman across all the formats at the moment in international cricket.
The 37-year-old pacer is one of the most controversial bowlers produced by Indian cricket. He was handed with a lifetime ban from BCCI for having an involvement in the infamous spot-fixing scandal of IPL. However, in 2019, the Supreme Court reduced his ban to seven years that will end in the month of August this year. Moreover, the Kerala born bowler has not lost his hope of playing for Team India once again although the chances of that are quite slim due to his age and other factors.
Sreesanth also opines on the idea of India-Pakistan ODI series
It is known that he is quite an outspoken figure. So, Sreesanth gave some clear answers to the questions asked by his fan in the live session. During the candid chat, he was asked to pick his favourite batsman and bowler at the moment in international cricket. To which, he said, Virat Kohli, the current Indian skipper as his favourite in the batsmen category and Jasprit Bumrah as his favourite bowler.
The fan also asked the 37-year-old about his opinion on the idea proposed by Shoaib Akhtar of organizing a fundraising ODI series between India and Pakistan. The right-handed fast bowler said that the current situation between the two countries is not very good. As per him, health and country should be taken as a priority. And, he personally is not in favour of playing any type of match against Pakistan until the relations between the two countries improved.
“We are not in good terms with Pakistan so, India first and health first. Personally, I am not in favour of playing any match against Pakistan unless the relations between the two countries improve,” Sreesanth said during the Instagram session.