WATCH: Interesting reply from Ravindra Jadeja to Sanjay Manjrekar in the post-match conversation, video goes viral


Senior all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja played a crucial role in India’s win against the arch-rivals Pakistan in the much-anticipated encounter of the Asia Cup 2022. He played a vital knock of 35 runs off 29 balls with two boundaries and two sixes to his name. The southpaw also made an important half-century with the star all-rounder Hardik Pandya.

Apart from his heroics in the match, Jadeja also made it to the headlines for another. Actually, he went into a post-match conversation with former Indian batter and commentator Sanjay Manjrekar. For the unversed, Sanjay Manjrekar and Ravindra Jadeja have a history between them, and the starting remarks in the interview from Manjrekar went viral over social media.

Other than that, the reply from the 33-year-old was also quite interesting. The video started surfacing quickly on social media.

“You’re okay na to talk to me, Jaddu?” started Manjrekar, in reply to that, Jadeja said, “Ya, ya, absolutely.”

Earlier, Manjrekar had called the senior all-rounder a bits and pieces player in the past and the latter also responded to him with a social media post that grabbed the attention of the cricket fans.

happy that Hardik stayed till the end – Ravindra Jadeja

Later on, Jadeja also talked about the performance of the team in the match and also praised the bowling attack of Pakistan. He also mentioned his wicket and willingness to finish the game.

“Thank you very much. We wanted to play till the end, they have a very good bowling attack, but their fast bowlers don’t give anything away. I could have finished the game – left-arm spinner against the left-hander, but Hardik played superbly. He (Pandya) came out and said he was going to play his shots, and happy that he stayed till the end,” said Jadeja in the post-match conversation.

Speaking of the match, then Pakistan posted a total of 147 runs for the loss of all wickets in the 19.5 overs. Later, the Indians successfully chased down the target in 19.4 overs and won the match by five wickets.





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