Hours after former England skipper Michael Vaughan had taken to social media to report that Indian commentator Sanjay Manjrekar had blocked him, netizens gave a mixed bag of responses to Vaughan, with some asking him to be happy about the fact while the rest told him that he had got a taste of his own medicine.
The former Indian batsman had blocked Vaughan on Twitter after the latter consistently poked fun at Manjrekar, pulling up the 'bits-and-pieces' cricketer part over and over again. Vaughan posted a picture of Yuzvendra Chahal sitting on the sidelines of the boundary during the India-Sri Lanka clash, with Manjrekar's face morphed in place of Chahal's and had told Manjrekar that it was just friendly banter and there was no need to block him.
Netizens took to social media to reply to Vaughan's tweet, asking him to embrace the moment rather than complain about it. Read some of the reactions here:
Some netizens took the sarcasm route and told the English commentator that his Indian counterpart will soon unblock him.
A section of the fans, irritated with Vaughan stalking Manjrekar, asked him to leave the former Indian batsman alone while also reminding him that he had a similar feud with Jonny Bairstow and that he was getting the taste of his own medicine.