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Ranjit Fernando once again proved why he is a most horrible interpreter.!

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10 Jul 1998: Portrait of Sri Lankan Manager Ranjit Fernando before a tour match against England at Lord's in London. Mandatory Credit: Mike Hewitt/Allsport

The role of a commentator is caring viewer’s engagement, by presenting good insight is important.

A cricket commentator is an vital part of the match viewer experience. The millions of audience who watch cricket live on TV. Depend on interpreter’s master perspectives to improve understanding about the match. This makes the interpreter’s employment critical and confused.

One such occasion came to the forefront recently ,this Video Clips is from an ODI series Pakistan v/s Sri Lanka and shows M.Irfan bowling to Dilshan, where the former traps the latter examine in front of the stumps. A enormous appeal ensues and the on-field umpire has no uncertainty in raising his finger.

This is when Dilshan goes for a review. While the other reviewer Dean Jones is convinced from the start that the batsman was out, Ranjit Fernando gets his examination badly wrong. He makes an embarrassed statement to begin with and then gets wrong with his analysis on numerous occasions. This has provoked cricket fans to tag him as the ‘most horrible commentator’,Don’t Miss: Srilankan cricketer Kithuruwan handed one-year suspension.!

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