“It is a blessing in disguise that I am not an economical bowler. I have given away lot of runs earlier too. Those 14 runs were like that. I will never cheat the game,” Sreesanth said after the meeting.
“I didn’t argue with them (BCCI officials). I just told them my side of the story. All were very cooperative. As a child, I always wanted to play for India. So I will never think of doing anything wrong,” he told MiD DAY before the BCCI made his life ban official.
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