Sreesanth to wear aggression on his sleeves

Mumbai, Oct 28 (UNI) India's pace bowler S Sreesanth today said he would continue with his aggressive self in the upcoming series against Pakistan and Australia.

Speaking to UNI on the occasion of 'Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) Sports awards 2007', Sreesanth said his passion for cricket remains the same, though he now know his limits.

''I would not change anything about myself and try and concentrate on taking wickets for my country,'' he said.

On the upcoming Pakistan tour of India, when asked whether he would target any Pakistani batsman like Mohammad Yusuf or Younis Khan, he said ''For me, all the wickets are important. We need to get the Pakistani batsmen out and for that taking all the wickets is important.'' Sreesanth also said he would like to play for his employers BPCL in the near future whenever he gets a chance.

Sreesanth was today felicitated by (BPCL) along with other sportspersons like badminton star Saina Nehwal, hockey star Tushar Khandekar, and billiards player Devendra Joshi and Manan Chandra, among other BPCL athletes. All of them were given cash prizes and letter of appreciation.


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Story first published: Monday, October 29, 2007, 1:02 [IST]
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