Indian bowler who won the World Cup thanked Sreejesh, shared an emotional message

New Delhi. In the Tokyo Olympics, the Indian Hockey Team won a medal after defeating Germany after 41 years. In this success of the team, the role of goalkeeper PR Sreejesh was the most important. After this performance, Sreejesh has become the new hero of his home state Kerala. Before him, the same respect and fame went to Indian fast bowler S. Sreesanth was also found. They also come from Kerala. But since his involvement in IPL spot-fixing, he is running out of Team India.

After Sreejesh won the bronze medal, Sreesanth said that I want to thank the goalkeeper of the Indian hockey team for bringing my name to the world again. Actually, both Sreejesh and Sreesanth have the same name.

According to a report in Onmanorama, Sreesanth said that the goal he (Sreejesh) saved in the bronze medal match. They are really inspirational. It was because of Sreejesh’s defense in the last few moments of the match that we were able to win a medal in the Olympics after 41 years.

Sreesanth shared an emotional post on Facebook
Sreesanth shared an emotional post on Facebook with this. In this, he was seen wearing a T-shirt, on the back of which his name was written. But it was blurry. Regarding this, the fast bowler wrote that my name is slowly disappearing from the T-shirt. But my mind and body, especially my soul, are pushing me to move forward. Wishing you all the blessings and best wishes in this journey. There is still a long way to go before we say goodbye to the sport. I’m never gonna give up.

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‘I am waiting for Sreejesh’s message’
Sreesanth further said that he has messaged Sreejesh and is waiting for his reply. He further said that Sreejesh is 33 years old now. If he maintains his fitness then he can fulfill his dream of winning gold in the next Olympics. Sreesanth himself is also 38 years old and is busy making himself fit to return to Team India. In the same year he played domestic cricket for Kerala. The Kerala pacer has indicated that he may retire from top-class cricket and play club cricket elsewhere.

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