Michael Vaughan again trolls Sanjay Manjrekar by asking him to unblock

Michael Vaughan again trolls Sanjay Manjrekar by asking him to unblock

Michael Vaughan again trolls Sanjay Manjrekar by asking him to unblock(pic source : twitter)

The war of words continues between Michael Vaughan and Sanjay Manjreker on Jadeja’s Controversy. Few Day ago, Sanjay Manjrekar blocked Michael Vaughan on twitter. Because once, Manjrekar said he wouldn’t like ‘bits and pieces’ players like Jadeja.  After that Vaughan started to troll him because after that Jadeja included in India’s playing XI and also performing well.

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Yesterday, in the semi-final, Ravindra Jadeja performed tremendously well. He took one wicket, caught an outstanding catch, saved runs in during the fielding and at the end he played a fabulous knock. Then Manjrekar also changed his view and said, “Absolutely. Bits and by pieces, he just ripped me apart today. By bits and by pieces, he just proved me wrong on all fronts. But this is Ravindra Jadeja we have not seen very often. Today he was brilliant, economical with the ball, and the familiar celebration.”

Here Michael Vaughan post for Sanjay Manjrekar

Sachin Tendulkar disappointed with India’s lost,

“I am disappointed because we should have chased 240 without any doubt. It wasn’t a big total. Yes, New Zealand got off to a dream start by picking those 3 wickets upfront,” Tendulkar said

“But I feel that we can’t be all the time relying on Rohit (Sharma) to give a good start or Virat (Kohli) to come and make sure that a solid foundation is built. Players around them also will have to take more responsibility,” the batting maestro told ‘India Today’.

. “It’s not fair all the time to expect Dhoni to come and finish the game. He has done it time and again,” Tendulkar said.

“There came a stage where New Zealand kept things simple. If you saw their fast bowlers, they didn’t try too much upfront. They just bowled in the right areas, right channels and got those wickets,” he said.

“I felt Kane Williamson’s captaincy was incredible,” he added.

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