Sanjay Manjrekar is yet to formally respond to Ravindra Jadeja after the Team India all-rounder had fired back with a blistering response to the commentator's 'bits-and-pieces' player assessment of him as part of his commentary and analysis at the ongoing World Cup. The commentator has, however, been tweeting, and has been reminded that there is an elephant in the room.
Taking to Twitter after England sealed qualification to the World Cup semifinals after a resounding win over fellow-aspirants New Zealand, Manjrekar said that the Lions were coming into their own, and restricted his remarks on the hosts, in his own style.
He said, also referring to the win over India:
And he followed that up with his take on what the challenge for England at the showpiece tournament has been:
He hasn't, however, broken his silence on Jadeja excoriating him, earlier. The CSK player who hasn't started for Team India yet at the 2019 World Cup but has taken at least a few catches as a substitute, had written:
Manjrekar's tweets have caught the eye of netizens who have reminded him that he has something in the inbox that perhaps needs addressal:
One or two people have also stuck up for Manjrekar:
Others have an even more complex take:
So will Manjrekar finally respond? Let us know your view in the comments section below.