Watch - Manoj Tiwary wins hearts with a heartwarming special note for his family after Ranji ton


The Bengal-born cricketer Manoj Tiwary has recently caught the spotlight after smashing a ton against Madhya Pradesh. The right-handed batter is currently the Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports in West Bengal.

He played a fabulous knock of 102 runs against Madhya Pradesh in a crucial semi-final for his home team Bengal. After reaching the triple-digit mark, the 36-year-old cricketer raised his bat and got applauded by his fellow cricketers from the dugout.

Moreover, the Bengal-born cricketer also showed a letter with a heartwarming message to his children after smashing his ton. Besides, the right-handed batter has also been brilliant with the bat in his last outing against Jharkhand where he smashed a match-winning knock of 136 runs for his team.

You play a different team every game: Sanjay Manjrekar

Yuzvendra Chahal

The former Indian cricketer and one of the present cricket experts Sanjay Manjrekar has come up with a statement ahead of the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022 which is going to be held at the Australian pitches.

"He will be tested on those pitches in Australia, the pitches won’t be the kind that Chahal relishes and that’s why I believe Kuldeep Yadav has got to be a part of the squad. There will be bounce for his kind of a bowler," Sanjay Manjrekar said on Sports 18. 

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"The other thing is in a World Cup, you play a different team every game, so there will come along teams who will not be so good against the kind of deception that a Kuldeep Yadav has," he added. 

"If the pitch turns in Australia, then Chahal becomes your bowler, but as I said before, a flat bouncy pitch is not a pitch Chahal will love to bowl on, but he has got other factors to bring him in," he further added.

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