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World Cup | 'Enough Of KL Rahul And MS Dhoni, Let's Talk About Sanjay Manjrekar,' Say Netizens Pouncing On Commentator's Analysis Of Team India Players

Written By Koushik Narayanan | Mumbai | Published:

Hack:

  • Commentator Sanjay Manjrekar once again got caught in the eye of the storm
  • Manjrekar is bearing the brunt of netizens' wrath after he tweeted about MS Dhoni
  • Some users pointed out that Manjrekar preached the exact opposite when he was playing for the national side

Commentator Sanjay Manjrekar once again got caught in the eye of the storm, as netizens took him on for his severe criticisms on many players of the Indian team and especially former skipper MS Dhoni. As Manjrekar made comments about the consistency of players in the Indian team, some of it wasn't well taken by fans. 

Manjrekar took to Twitter to complain about MS Dhoni and his style of playing in the recent days for which he earned flak from Indian fans. Here is the tweet put out by him: 

  Netizens took to Twitter to reply to Manjrekar, clearly unhappy with his analysis. Read some of the reactions below: 

"And enough of Dhoni and KL .let's now shift the spotlight on Sanjay Manjrekar. He is now the most irritating commentator the world has ever seen in terms of criticizing people for no reason... You need to do more than juz appreciating Rohit Sharma.. #INDvsBAN," wrote one netizen

Some users pointed out that Manjrekar preached the exact opposite of what he did when he was playing for the national side. 

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 Manjrekar, who is known to have complaints about the consistency of players, was trolled by one of the users for his own consistency: 

MS Dhoni had previously faced criticism from former skipper Sourav Ganguly and Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar for playing a slow innings at the end of the game against England. However, Dhoni received the backing of the Indian skipper Virat Kohli who said that Dhoni's experience was large enough for the former skipper to go about his game. 

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