Friday, September 30, 2022

Not Everyone Is Ravindra Jadeja: Mayanti Langer Playfully Mocks Sanjay Manjrekar

Cricket fans in India are fully aware of the issue that occurred during the 2019 World Cup. It happened when Sanjay Manjrekar, a former Indian batter and commentator, displayed a critical bit of punditry. All-arounder Ravindra Jadeja was described by him as a “bits and pieces player.”

It is still likely to be the biggest error Manjrekar has made in his career three years forward. Nevertheless, this keeps coming back to bother him. Mayanti Langer, the host of the show, used it as fire in a similar incident. She worked up the courage to make sly jabs at the man during Asia Cup 2022.

Jadeja was ultimately the Men in Blue team’s most impactful player in the competition in 2019. He appeared to be Virat Kohli-led team’s strongest player as well. In the semi-final matchup with Kane Williamson’s New Zealand team, which India ultimately lost, Jadeja was the lone wolf for India.

In order to save India’s pride in the game, the 33-year-old hit an incredible half-century against the Kiwis. He became one of the two “must-have” all-rounders for the Indian team as a result of this. Additionally, this forced Manjrekar to retract his own remarks on live air.

Not Everyone Is Ravindra Jadeja: Mayanti Langer Playfully Mocks Sanjay Manjrekar
Not Everyone Is Ravindra Jadeja: Mayanti Langer Playfully Mocks Sanjay Manjrekar

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Mayanti Langer With a Cheeky Dig on Sanjay Manjrekar – Watch the Video

Every time Jadeja performs something amazing on the field since the terrible “bits and pieces” incident, Manjrekar is haunted by it. Following the completion of India’s conflict with Pakistan, a similar event took place.

Jaddu performed admirably throughout the game, scoring 35 runs off of 29 balls. Langer nevertheless brought it up once more because the reason was significant enough. Following that, the other commentator’s face began to fade in color and he almost immediately started laughing.

Manjrekar and Langer were seated in the studio after an epic battle between India and Pakistan. They were having a conversation with Scott Styris, the legendary Kiwi cricketer. There was a debate going about the fact that spinners dislike completing their overs in the dying stages of a game.

Here’s the video
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Styris mentioned how even Rashid Khan exhibited some hesitancy and appeared a little uneasy during the death overs. Manjrekar chimed in and proposed that spinners complete their overs as soon as they can.

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A smile appeared on Langer’s face as Manjrekar opened his mouth. It was as though she knew exactly what she was going to say. She responded, “Sanjay, not everyone is Ravindra Jadeja,” before breaking out in fits of laughter.

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She then said, “I had to do it,” and gave Manjrekar a cunning poke on the shoulder. Manjrekar mumbled, “Good one,” and Langer took that as his indication to conclude the conversation.

Cricket fans in India are fully aware of the issue that occurred during the 2019 World Cup. It happened when Sanjay Manjrekar, a former Indian batter and commentator, displayed a critical bit of punditry. All-arounder Ravindra Jadeja was described by him as a “bits and pieces player.”

It is still likely to be the biggest error Manjrekar has made in his career three years forward. Nevertheless, this keeps coming back to bother him. Mayanti Langer, the host of the show, used it as fire in a similar incident. She worked up the courage to make sly jabs at the man during Asia Cup 2022.

Jadeja was ultimately the Men in Blue team’s most impactful player in the competition in 2019. He appeared to be Virat Kohli-led team’s strongest player as well. In the semi-final matchup with Kane Williamson’s New Zealand team, which India ultimately lost, Jadeja was the lone wolf for India.

In order to save India’s pride in the game, the 33-year-old hit an incredible half-century against the Kiwis. He became one of the two “must-have” all-rounders for the Indian team as a result of this. Additionally, this forced Manjrekar to retract his own remarks on live air.

Not Everyone Is Ravindra Jadeja: Mayanti Langer Playfully Mocks Sanjay Manjrekar
Not Everyone Is Ravindra Jadeja: Mayanti Langer Playfully Mocks Sanjay Manjrekar

READ MORE: T20 WC 2022: Steve Smith Eyes Bigger Role in Australia’s T20I Squad

Mayanti Langer With a Cheeky Dig on Sanjay Manjrekar – Watch the Video

Every time Jadeja performs something amazing on the field since the terrible “bits and pieces” incident, Manjrekar is haunted by it. Following the completion of India’s conflict with Pakistan, a similar event took place.

Jaddu performed admirably throughout the game, scoring 35 runs off of 29 balls. Langer nevertheless brought it up once more because the reason was significant enough. Following that, the other commentator’s face began to fade in color and he almost immediately started laughing.

Manjrekar and Langer were seated in the studio after an epic battle between India and Pakistan. They were having a conversation with Scott Styris, the legendary Kiwi cricketer. There was a debate going about the fact that spinners dislike completing their overs in the dying stages of a game.

Here’s the video

READ MORE: Beech Mein Khabar Aayi Thi Ki Mai Marr Gaya: Ravindra Jadeja Makes Shocking Reveal

Styris mentioned how even Rashid Khan exhibited some hesitancy and appeared a little uneasy during the death overs. Manjrekar chimed in and proposed that spinners complete their overs as soon as they can.

A smile appeared on Langer’s face as Manjrekar opened his mouth. It was as though she knew exactly what she was going to say. She responded, “Sanjay, not everyone is Ravindra Jadeja,” before breaking out in fits of laughter.

She then said, “I had to do it,” and gave Manjrekar a cunning poke on the shoulder. Manjrekar mumbled, “Good one,” and Langer took that as his indication to conclude the conversation.

Cricket fans in India are fully aware of the issue that occurred during the 2019 World Cup. It happened when Sanjay Manjrekar, a former Indian batter and commentator, displayed a critical bit of punditry. All-arounder Ravindra Jadeja was described by him as a “bits and pieces player.”

It is still likely to be the biggest error Manjrekar has made in his career three years forward. Nevertheless, this keeps coming back to bother him. Mayanti Langer, the host of the show, used it as fire in a similar incident. She worked up the courage to make sly jabs at the man during Asia Cup 2022.

Jadeja was ultimately the Men in Blue team’s most impactful player in the competition in 2019. He appeared to be Virat Kohli-led team’s strongest player as well. In the semi-final matchup with Kane Williamson’s New Zealand team, which India ultimately lost, Jadeja was the lone wolf for India.

In order to save India’s pride in the game, the 33-year-old hit an incredible half-century against the Kiwis. He became one of the two “must-have” all-rounders for the Indian team as a result of this. Additionally, this forced Manjrekar to retract his own remarks on live air.

Not Everyone Is Ravindra Jadeja: Mayanti Langer Playfully Mocks Sanjay Manjrekar
Not Everyone Is Ravindra Jadeja: Mayanti Langer Playfully Mocks Sanjay Manjrekar

READ MORE: T20 WC 2022: Steve Smith Eyes Bigger Role in Australia’s T20I Squad

Mayanti Langer With a Cheeky Dig on Sanjay Manjrekar – Watch the Video

Every time Jadeja performs something amazing on the field since the terrible “bits and pieces” incident, Manjrekar is haunted by it. Following the completion of India’s conflict with Pakistan, a similar event took place.

Jaddu performed admirably throughout the game, scoring 35 runs off of 29 balls. Langer nevertheless brought it up once more because the reason was significant enough. Following that, the other commentator’s face began to fade in color and he almost immediately started laughing.

Manjrekar and Langer were seated in the studio after an epic battle between India and Pakistan. They were having a conversation with Scott Styris, the legendary Kiwi cricketer. There was a debate going about the fact that spinners dislike completing their overs in the dying stages of a game.

Here’s the video

READ MORE: Beech Mein Khabar Aayi Thi Ki Mai Marr Gaya: Ravindra Jadeja Makes Shocking Reveal

Styris mentioned how even Rashid Khan exhibited some hesitancy and appeared a little uneasy during the death overs. Manjrekar chimed in and proposed that spinners complete their overs as soon as they can.

A smile appeared on Langer’s face as Manjrekar opened his mouth. It was as though she knew exactly what she was going to say. She responded, “Sanjay, not everyone is Ravindra Jadeja,” before breaking out in fits of laughter.

She then said, “I had to do it,” and gave Manjrekar a cunning poke on the shoulder. Manjrekar mumbled, “Good one,” and Langer took that as his indication to conclude the conversation.

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