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Sanjay Manjrekar 'wishes That His House Was Smaller', Twitterati Trolls Commentator Again

Sanjay Manjrekar just cannot catch a break. Quarantine house cleaning had the former batsman make a tweet that attracted a lot of attention from trollers.

Sanjay Manjrekar

The coronavirus pandemic has led to the stopping of a lot of essential services and as a result, most people have to take up the daily chores that their house needs. Former Team India batsman and commentator Sanjay Manjrekar, too, seems to be feeling the impact of the same. As with most things Manjrekar posts, trollers and memers started flooding the replies of this Sanjay Manjrekar house tweet.

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Sanjay Manjrekar house tweet turns into a troll fest

Sanjay Manjrekar, who was probably cleaning his house, made a tweet hoping that his house was smaller. The tweet clearly implied that Manjrekar's house was to big for him to clean and the "#QuarantineDuties" that came along with it cleared any doubt that remained. Here is the tweet.

Fans, however, unleashed their wrath on Manjrekar, who recently lost out on a BCCI commentary contract. The former batsman had also gotten some disrepute over his on-air commentary fued with Harsha Bhogle during the IND vs BAN Pink Ball Test last year.

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Fans react to Sanjay Manjrekar house tweet

Here are some of the best responses that the Sanjay Manjrekar house tweet received.

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