Manjrekar blocks Vaughan during India-New Zealand match after controversy on Twitter

Manchester. The controversy over Ravindra Jadeja between former Indian batsman Sanjay Manjrekar and former England captain Michael Vaughan has deepened.
Manjrekar blocks Vaughan during India-New Zealand match after controversy on Twitter
Manjrekar blocks Vaughan during India-New Zealand match after controversy on Twitter 

Vaughan revealed on Tuesday that Manjrekar had blocked him from Twitter. Vaughan wrote, "Breaking news, Sanjay Manjrekar has blocked me. "
 
In fact, Manjrekar did not consider Jadeja as a complete player and said he would have replaced him with a full bowler or a full batsman. In a tweet, Jadeja asked Manjrekar to respect the players. Jadeja said, "I have played twice the matches with you and I am still playing. Learn to respect those who have achieved something. "
 
Vaughan has been trolling Manjrekar on Twitter since then in the name of Jadeja. When Jadeja took the wicket of Nichols during the India-New Zealand match, Vaughan said it was Jadeja's time. They can also spin the ball. Then Manjrekar blocked Vaughan. When Jadeja caught Williamson at the point, Vaughan wrote that his life has become easier.
 
The controversy that began after Jadeja was selected in the team, Manjrekar selected Jadeja in his team before playing the semi-finals. That's when Vaughan started trolling him on the words 'Bits and Cage' used for Manjrekar's Jadeja. However, Manjrekar, responding to his joke, said, "I have just predicted, not my team.

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