Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohammed Shami wrapped up the New Zealand innings in the second session of Day 5 to hand India a comfortable 197-run win in the first Test at Kanpur. Fans took to Twitter to celebrate the win, troll Sanjay Manjrekar's commentary, and, of course, Rohit Sharma.
Sanjay Manjrekar and Ravi Shastri are like the Kardashians of commentary - entertaining, but not how they intended it to be.
Me: "Is this India's 500th Test?"— Alt Cricket (@AltCricket) September 26, 2016
Gavaskar: [West Indian accent] "Yah man"
Shastri: "BCCI can neither confirm nor deny rumours"
Who needs Carl Sagan when you got Manjrekar in the commentary box. #IndvNZ— cricBC (@cricBC) September 26, 2016
Sanjay Manjrekar can cook food with his commentary. Itna pakaata hai.— Sagar (@sagarcasm) September 26, 2016
Rohit Sharma just cannot get a break, doesn't he. Fans troll the Mumbaikar again.
Sushant Singh trained himself so hard for the movie still team selectors chose Rohit Sharma over him, shame.— Swagshank (@zZoker) September 22, 2016
What Rohit Sharma feels about himself pic.twitter.com/jNJWwAaDw7— Cricket Bakchod (@AllTimeBakchod) September 26, 2016
India leads by 56 runs and 35 of those runs were scored by rohit .. who think he didn't deserve a place in the team #IndiavsNewZealand— CaptainAndrewRussel (@romildubey) September 24, 2016
Meanwhile, Virat Kohli continues to impress as a captain.
Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadejaaaa) September 26, 2016
Ashwin is slowly creating a legacy.
However, it was Sir Jadeja who was the man of the match - an award he should have won on the basis of this interview alone.