Sanjay Manjrekar Faces Fan Backlash For Tweeting Right After Ravindra Jadeja's Wicket

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Sanjay Manjrekar once again bore the brunt of Team India fans for tweeting about the quality of cricket from Australia right after the fall of Jadeja's wicket

Written By Koushik Narayanan | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Former Indian cricketer and commentator Sanjay Manjrekar once again bore the brunt of Team India fans for tweeting about the quality of cricket from Australia right after Ravindra Jadeja's wicket on Tuesday. India were handed a huge and shocking defeat, thanks to the unstoppable duo of David Warner and Aaron Finch, both of whom scored centuries each to clinch the first ODI comfortably for Australia. The altered  Indian batting line-up was battered by the might of the Australian bowlers following which the Indian bowlers were hammered all around the park, without any respite even for world number one bowler Jasprit Burmah. 

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Sanjay Manjrekar's tweet bears the brunt of netizens

Sanjay Manjrekar had earlier admitted that 2019 was one of the worst years for him, being on the commentary panel and having being involved in multiple controversies including his feud with Harsha Bhogle during the pink-ball Test and the most famous 'bits and pieces' incident involving all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. Although Jadeja had silenced Sanjay Manjrekar with his all-round performance, fans never forgot the insult made by Manjrekar and the befitting reply given by Jadeja. On Tuesday, coincidentally, 
Sanjay Manjrekar put out a tweet about some good cricket from the Australians right at the fall of Jadeja's wicket. This did not go unnoticed by the fans who in turn pointed out the coincidence to Sanjay Manjrekar and took a dig at him for still allegedly going after Jadeja. 

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Sourav Ganguly promises a 'cracker of a contest'

Taking to Twitter, Sourav Ganguly admitted that the Indian team had a bad day at the office and promised for the upcoming two games to be gripping. Sourav Ganguly pointed out that he had been in the same situation himself before and had the team had gone on to come back from the bottom to go on to win the series. Sourav Ganguly wished Team India's skipper Virat Kohli luck for the next match as India head to Rajkot to face Australia in the 2nd ODI. 

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