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Commentator Sanjay Manjrekar has actually come under heavy objection for disparaging coworker Harsha Bhogle while on air on the third and also final day of the Day/Night Examination in between India as well as Bangladesh in Kolkata on Sunday. The 2 analysts were talking regarding the pink sphere and also its future in Examination cricket when Manjrekar appeared to suggest that he was more of an authority in the game due to the fact that of having actually played global cricket himself.

Harsha bhogle as well as Sanjay manjrekar having a difference of opinion on real-time television

— Vijay (@flighted_leggie) November 24, 2019

“When there is a post-mortem done of this, the visibility of the ball will certainly be just one of things to look at,” Harsha Bhogle said.

Manjrekar, that played 37 Tests for India between 1987 and 1996, responded, “Do not assume so. Do not believe exposure is a concern.”

“We just require to ask the players what they believe,” Bhogle replied.

Manjrekar, escalating the disagreement, took an unexpected jibe at Bhogle’s absence of experience in playing global cricket at his point. “You require to ask, for those who have played cricket, it’s noticeable it can be seen well,” he said.Bhogle, disregarding

the import of the remark, stated, “The only reason you need to ask is, having played cricket should never be a restriction or a ceiling to learning. We would certainly never have actually had T20 cricket or else.”

The issue finished with Manjrekar stating, “Point taken, don’t agree.”

This is rough and also definitely unneeded from @sanjaymanjrekar. Pity. What does it cost to be civil to a fellow analyst that was asking an extremely valid inquiry? “You require to ask.” Really.

— Joy Bhattacharjya (@joybhattacharj) November 24, 2019

This is unnecessarily condescending and frustrating originating from someone such as @sanjaymanjrekar who I have regard and also love for. Naturally playing the game at the greatest degree is terrific. But, as @bhogleharsha states, no harm in any way in asking those associated with THIS video game.

— Anand Vasu (@anandvasu) November 24, 2019

Sanjay Manjrekar is a shame to television commentary. I’ve had enough! #IndvBan

— Ajith Ramamurthy (@Ajith_tweets) November 24, 2019

The @sanjaymanjrekar v @bhogleharsha conflict is ridiculous.

Listen to Australian, NZ, SA or English analysts.

They differ with each other every 2 minutes while drawing the “have you ever made a 200” card.

Solid point of views are awesome.

— Dennis Babar (@DennisCricket_) November 24, 2019

Bhogle, the initial Indian analyst to be welcomed by the Australian Broadcasting Company for an abroad scenic tour in 1992, has actually played cricket at university degree in Hyderabad, before becoming perhaps one of the most revered Indian cricket analyst of the generation.