ICC World Cup Sanjay Manjrekar blocks Michael Vaughan after getting trolled over Ravindra Jadeja’s comment

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi : Former England skipper Michael Vaughan and Sanjay Manjrekar, who has been in the limelight for all sorts of ‘known’ reasons were seen indulging in a Twitter banter after the former took multiple shots at the cricketer-turned commentator over his ‘bits and pieces’ comment on Ravindra Jadeja.In the high ocatne clash between India and New Zealand, the backcaps were off to a forgettabke start, losing Martin Guptill early in the innings. Further, seeing assistance from the pitch, Indian skipper Virat Kohli introduced wrist spinner Ravindra Jadeja, who with right lines helped India with second wicket. The ball sneaked through Nicholls’ bat and pad to crack the stumps as Jadeja broke the 68-run stand between Nicholls and skipper Kane Williamson.Soon after Jadeja’s crucial breakthrough for India, Michael Vaughan took to Twitter to pull Manjrekar’s leg over his ‘bits and pieces’ comments on the Indian bowling-all rounder.And now, Vaughan has claimed that Manjrekar has blocked him on Twitter.Sanjay Manjrekar was subjected to heavy trolling on internet after he called India bowling all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja a ‘bits and pieces’ cricketer and said the left-arm spinner would never be his first choice for an ODI match.However, after an impressive performance from Jadeja against Sri Lanka in a World Cup league fixture, Manjrekar called the Saurashtra all-rounder a ‘street-smart’ cricketer. highlightscenter_img Sanjay Manjrekar termed Ravindra Jadeja as bits and pieces player. India finished league stages with seven wins. World Cup final will be played on July 14. last_img read more

USC coasts to blowout win over Lehigh

first_imgThree days removed from an overtime nailbiter at Vanderbilt, the No. 10 USC men’s basketball team coasted to an 88-63 victory on their home court against Lehigh on Wednesday night.Junior forward Bennie Boatwright led the team with 19 points and 11 rebounds, his first double-double of the season and third of his career. Four of USC’s starters scored in double digits, and senior guard Jordan McLaughlin finished with 5 points, four rebounds, seven assists and three steals. Against Vanderbilt, McLaughlin scored 35; but on Wednesday, he showed his adaptability and USC showed its ability to win in various ways.“Jordan doesn’t care about scoring,” head coach Andy Enfield said. “He knows he can score, but our team needs him to be a playmaker, distributor and scorer when he has to (be) and he’s fine with that role.” While McLaughlin did not score prolifically, his seven assists catalyzed USC’s multi-pronged offense. The team assisted 24 of 33 field goals.“We all can shoot and we shared the ball,” sophomore guard Jonah Matthews said. “We showcased that tonight.”Mathews had his best game of the young season with 18 points and seven rebounds. He led the Trojans with four 3-pointers, and the team shot 12-of-26 from beyond the arc.Equally as impressive, the Trojans held Lehigh, a team that averages 30 three-point attempts per game, to 7-of-28 from downtown and 25-of-70 (35.7 percent from the floor. Lehigh’s two leading scorers, guards Kahron Ross and Lance Tejada, combined for 43 points; however, Enfield was impressed with his team’s backcourt defense. After switching Mathews to guard Ross in the second half, Ross scored only four points.This coming Sunday, the Trojans face their biggest test of non-conference play against No. 16 Texas A&M. Tip-off is at 7 p.m. at the Galen Center.last_img read more