Sanjay Manjrekar batsman Sanjay Manjrekar has uncovered a tale about Geoffrey Boycott that has not been caught wind of. During a new collaboration, the cricketer diverted analyst shared a story from when he was a batsman for India and had played a significant thump for his side in a one-day coordinate however didn’t get the man of the match grant.
Manjrekar uncovered that the occurrence had occurred during the 1990 India’s visit through England when the two groups had played in an ODI coordinate, which was 55-overs. That was the standard of ODI cricket once upon a time. He uncovered that pundits are alloted the work of picking the man of the match.
Sanjay Manjrekar e previous player initially uncovered that his strategy of choosing a man of the match is consistently a player who has taken their group into a triumphant position. Yet, that didn’t occur in that ODI coordinate in England. He shared that he had scored 82 runs in an intense run pursue and had assisted his side with dominating the game.
Blacklist came into the changing area after the match: Sanjay Manjrekar
“What’s more, when we went for the pursuit, I most likely scored 82 runs and was there nearly till the end, got out presumably close to the end and we dominated that game. For the most part, we see that a batsman who dominates the game while pursuing is supported for the Player of the Match grant. In this way, when the match got over, it was in my psyche that I likely will be the Player of the Match a few group likewise complimented me,” Manjrekar said to Sportskeeda.
The previous Indian player further uncovered that Geoffrey Boycott had gone to the changing area to reveal to him that he didn’t choose Manjrekar as the man of the match. Blacklist picked Kumble as the man of the match since he thought his spell of 11 overs, where he took two wickets and surrendered just 29 runs, didn’t permit the England hitters to score, which prompted the Indian win.
Sanjay Manjrekar the Player of the Match in that coordinate. He did a generally excellent thing. He came into the changing area after the match and came directly to me and said – ‘All around played young fellow. I think your innings was vital. Very much done however the player who dominated you the match today was the bowler Anil Kumble. He bowled 11 overs, two wickets for 29 runs and England lost the game since they didn’t put enough sudden spikes in demand for the board’ – he said that directly all over,” Manjrekar uncovered.