On February 6, fast bowler S.W. Sreesanth is celebrating his 36th birthday. On this occasion, we are going to tell you some important information related to his life. Cricket in India enjoys the status of Sachin as religion and god, but the board constituted to run the game is not officially recognized. So many times this board is accused of corruption and nepotism. The Supreme Court constituted the Lodha Committee for the management of cricket to bring transparency in the functioning of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. After which there is talk of improvement in the functioning of the board. However, in spite of all this, what the board has done to bring forth and bring forth the talent of Indian talent is commendable.
Sreesanth was born on 6 February 1983 in Kerala. He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka on 25 October 2005. In the first T20 World Cup held in 2007, Sreesanth played a big role in helping India win. In the final over of the final match, he was caught by Misbah-ul-Haq, against whom Sreesanth is fighting a legal battle from the lower court to the Supreme Court.
Sreesanth’s career has been full of controversies for a long time. He has been accused of fixing, irresponsible behavior and several other disputes. During the IPL match in 2008, Sreesanth was slapped by former Indian bowler and then Mumbai Indian captain Harbhajan Singh. After this incident that occurred at that time, many controversies should also take place. He was accused of match fixing in the IPL in 2013.