Controversial cricketer from Kerala S Sreesanth whose life ban on playing cricket was recently lifted, apologised to the BCCI for his Twitter outburst.

An irate S Sreesanth on Friday, August 11 said that he would make a comeback despite BCCI's decision to appeal against the lifting of the life ban on him.

He took to Twitter to vent out his frustration against the apex cricketing body, telling them not to play god.

 

Sreesanth was banned for life by the BCCI for his alleged role in the IPL spot-fixing in 2013. Last Monday, August 7, a single judge bench of the Kerala High Court had passed an order that the bowler's life ban is lifted.

On Thursday, August 10, the BCCI decided to appeal to the Division Bench of Kerala High Court against the lifting of the life ban on the 34-year-old.

Sreesanth however, has apologised to the national cricket body for his tweets.

"My eagerness to play representative cricket made me tweet against my parent body. Let me express my regrets to any, whom might have been pained by it," read one of his tweets.

 

Sreesanth has played 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20 internationals for India.