Sports anchor and TV presenter Mayanti Langer is one of the most popular cricket hosts in India. She is currently a part of the pre-match, mid-innings, and the post-match analysis shows broadcasted on the Star Sports network.
She has gained a good knowledge of the game now and therefore, every time when she comes up with an update on the social media, it ends up becoming a viral headline.
Yet again, a tweet reply from Mayanti Langer has managed to garner a lot of attention on the micro-blogging site Twitter.
One of the users on Twitter recently hailed Delhi Daredevils wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant in a unique way. He posted that Rishabh Pant is like a child of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers. Through his cheeky tweet, the user wanted to express the fact that the young Delhi lad has the finesse of Virat Kohli and the skill of AB de Villiers with the willow in hand.
Well, the way he said it was quite funny, and he tagged Mayanti in his post as well.
Mayanti was quick to see the tweet and wasted no time to end up with a comment on the same. Albeit she did not comment anything with the words, she did use an emoji to express her reactions on the same. Well, she certainly saw the humorous side in the tweet.
Here’s the tweet that a user posted:
“If Virat and ABD were to have a baby, he’d probably be like Rishab Pant” – MayantiLanger_B StarSportsIndia,” the user wrote in his tweet.
— Saurabh Malhotra (@MalhotraSaurabh) May 12, 2018
Here’s the response that Mayanti Langer came up with:
— Mayanti Langer Binny (@MayantiLanger_B) May 12, 2018
Talking about the cricketers in frame, Rishabh Pant on Thursday took the cricket world by storm with his blistering century against Sunrisers Hyderabad. He smashed an unbeaten 128 off 63 balls.
After Pant’s knock, many cricket experts are hailing him as the next big thing in the Indian cricket, just like Virat Kohli. During the ton, the shots that he played reminded people of the 360-degree shots that the South African superstar AB de Villiers is renowned for playing.
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