Sanjay Manjrekar Twitter chat about Ravindra Jadeja leaked

Ravindra Jadeja Sanjay Manjrekar

The former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar's controversial comment on Ravindra Jadeja during the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup garnered a lot of heat, and it seems like it is going to worsen, as reportedly, the former's chat with a remark about Ravindra Jadeja is getting viral on the social media sites.

The former Indian team cricketer had become quite popular on social media for his controversial comments on players, the most recent being Ravichandran Ashwin when Manjrekar called Ashwin not one of the all-time greats.

However, his most controversial comment remains when he called Ravindra Jadeja a "bits and pieces" cricketer, which Jadeja didn't like, and fired back at Manjrekar with a tweet comparing him and Sanjay Manjrekar.

Things got more heated when a chat with Sanjay Manjrekar about Ravindra Jadeja got viral on the internet couple of days ago. A part of the chat reads, "Jadeja doesn't know English, so he did not know the actual meaning of bits and pieces. And surely somebody spelt verbal diarrhoea for him."

And after all the controversial comment by the commentator about Jadeja, the India all-rounder went on to play a spectacular inning against New Zealand in the semi-final of the World Cup 2019.

When Ravindra Jadeja silenced Sanjay Manjrekar

The semi-final against New Zealand was a match which Indian fans were expecting to win easily; however, it all went wrong when India lost six wickets for 92 runs. And then Jadeja and MS Dhoni took control of the match, and once there came a time when India was thinking about winning the game, but India fell 18 runs short as New Zealand picked up the win to advance to the final. 

In that match, Ravindra Jadeja scored 77 runs in 59 balls with four fours and four sixes. It can be said that after Ravindra Jadeja shut Manjrekar's mouth with that inning. 

Jadeja now has become an integral part of the Indian cricket team in all formats of the game and is set to take on the field for India in the inaugural World Test Championship final beginning from 18th June.

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