Cricket commentator Sanjay Manjrekar again found himself in trouble after calling Hardik Pandya an arrogant lad.
The all-rounder was dismissed run out in a very casual manner during the third day of the second Test. Pandya, while returning to his crease couldn't keep his bat down and was found in the air when the ball hit the stumps and was given out by the TV umpire.
Hardik drew a lot of criticism after the dismissal, as India was successfully building up a much-needed partnership before Pandya's easy-going attitude cost India a wicket.
Sanjay Manjrekar criticized the Pandya and said it was his arrogance that took over his attitude. His tweet read, “Early lesson for Hardik Pandya that this game will come to bite you back if you let confidence become arrogance.”
Early lesson for Hardik Pandya that this game will come to bite you back if you let confidence become arrogance.— Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) January 15, 2018
Twitter couldn't digest the word 'arrogance' with one of their most loved cricketers. They went on to correct Manjrekar, but not the way anyone would want. Twitterati roasted the commentator over his comment on Pandya.
Here are the tweets:
You can call it carelessness, but arrogance, really? Ashwin was doing the same thing two overs later, is he even more arrogant?— Sanket Jain (@JainSanket1461) January 16, 2018
Kabhi aap bhi run out huye the wo bhi no bal par wo bhi sauth africa me hi????????????— Abhishek Sinha (@AbhiSin06) January 15, 2018
were you forced to take retirement from cricket by arrogance or confidence— Akshay Patil (@simplyPatil) January 15, 2018
Ap toh ese bol rahe ho jese apne life me koi mistake ki hi nahi. Don't judge anyone from his/her mistake. Huh. ????— Sweta Das (@CrazyDivani) January 15, 2018
How is that related to arrogance ????????— Abhinav Rane (@Abhynav9) January 15, 2018
Not arrogance.. Careless is the word— Pratik Shaha (@pratik_shaha) January 15, 2018
That wasn't arrogance... don't be over critical— Aditya Chouhan (@adiitweeets) January 15, 2018