Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians had a great match on May 1. The IPL 2018 is taking some exciting twists and turns in every match. Every other match is creating new controversy, bringing the ongoing tournament in the news again and again. And now, after RCB won the match against MI, RCB player Quinton de Kock is being applauded for his excellent wicket keeping during the match.
Just like others, Former Indian cricketer and commentator Sanjay Manjrekar also decided to praise the cricketer but ended up making a blunder. The big goof-up took place while posting a tweet for the player. In the tweet, Manjrekar misspelt his name. The spelling mistake changed the word’s meaning and made Tweeple troll him brutally.
Instead of Kock, Sanjay wrote ‘cock’. Take a look at his tweet:
See how important wicket keeping is in T20s also!#QuintonDeCock
— Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) May 1, 2018
The blunder took no time to go viral on social media platform and soon netizens started roasting the commentator. Here’s how people reacted to his mistake:
Perhaps spelling his name right would help Sanjay
— Sameer Anees (@Sammy_Anees) May 1, 2018
First get your basic spellings rite then comment on others wicketkeeping skills! And by the way wicketkeeping is important in every format.
— Akshay Garg (@AkshayG78886076) May 1, 2018
Mat paka please🙏
— Sudeep Zaryekar (@sudeepz) May 1, 2018
Get that ‘rite’ right first 😁
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— Ishan Chaudhari (@IamIshh) May 3, 2018
Indeed important . But DeKock took one stunner and has already given 15 wides. Total extras is the 3rd highest run scorer for MI😂
— Sanket D. Patil (@San4u8793) May 1, 2018
Exactly my point.. rite as in last rites. Right is the right word LOL
— Sumeet Attri (@attrisumeet) May 3, 2018
— Thasneem (@thasneem307) May 2, 2018
Learn spellings first prick
— kane gandalf williamson (@llapskywalker) May 2, 2018
De Kock!! Hope it is a typo error and not deliberate.
— Javaid (@JavaidSpeaks) May 1, 2018
ऊसके नाम में ल**** मत लगा भाई ….kock कर दे
— Nagesh Rajmane (@NageshRajmane) May 1, 2018