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Ganguly is infuriated with Sreesanth
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly believes Rajasthan Royals trio Ankeet Chavan, Ajit Chandila and Sreesanth, who has represented the national team in the past, should be banned for life if they are found guilty of match-fixing.
The match-fixing scandal has severely damaged the reputation of the star-studded Twenty20 tournament and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as well.
“I am disappointed and angry at what has happened,” Ganguly said. “If found guilty they should be banned for life.
“This type of corruption is up to the player, no one can force you. The deed is done by the player, no one can force him.”
Ganguly, who played alongside Sreesanth in the Indian squad, stated that he was infuriated at the actions of the pace bowler, but added that his loss would be a huge blow to the national team.
“I am very upset with Sreesanth,” Ganguly said. “This is a complete loss of a talent. I am really feeling sorry for Rahul Dravid.”