Sanjay Manjrekar Posts Sarcastic 'Bits And Pieces' Tweet On End of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Twitterati Hilariously Troll the Indian Commentator
Sanjay Manjrekar (Photo Credits: Instagram/ Sanjay Manjrekar)

Using words bits and pieces in a sarcastic way yet again, Sanjay Manjrekar tweeted a farewell message after the end of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The tweet invited many trolls for the former Indian cricketer on social media, with fans responding with hilarious memes and funny comments on his tweet. Manjrekar had earlier called Ravindra Jadeja as a ‘bits and pieces’ cricketer and the phrase created a controversy after many criticised Manjrekar for using that term for Jadeja. Using the words again, the 53-year-old wrote on Twitter, “And guys, that’s a wrap on what’s been a fantastic World Cup! Thanks so much for your company & also for the love, even if it may have come in bits and pieces”. CWC 2019 Funny Memes: From Sarfaraz Ahmed’s Yawning to Yuzvendra Chahal’s Pose, Revisiting ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 With Most Hilarious Jokes and Memes. 

Bits And Pieces!

Manjrekar's latest tweet irritated some fans and this time they responded with funny replies. While some urged Manjrekar to retire from commentary soon, other posted humorous memes in response to his tweet. Have a look at some of the comments below. ‘Greatest Cricketer’ Tweet by ICC on Ben Stokes and Sachin Tendulkar Post England’s CWC 2019 Victory Invites Trolls! View Tweets and Photo. 

Muted!

Angry fans!

Be Careful... Manjrekar!

Knife And Pieces!

In the past, when Manjrekar had called Jadeja as a bits and pieces cricketer, the latter attacked him over his comments. “Still I have played twice the number of matches you have played and I'm still playing. Learn to respect people who have achieved. I have heard enough of your verbal diarrhea Sanjay Manjrekar," the left-handed batsman wrote on Twitter.

However, when Jadeja played a brilliant knock of 77 runs during India vs New Zealand semi-final match, Manjrekar applauded him for his outstanding performance. "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," the Indian commentator had said.