Every one of us generally commits or makes mistakes and it is the human aura. We err, we make mistakes, and we also make typos. But there will be also the time and limit of making mistakes, not always.
If you are a leading publication of the country, then those mistakes lead to a high extent.
Imagine if they make typo regarding a sport that is treated like a religion in the country. We really feel bad about the publications, isn’t it?
Renowned sports journalist Ayaz Memon picked up a newspaper the other day and while reading a piece on the Ranji Trophy, he spotted a typo. If you think about it, it really tarnishes the reputation of the tournament.
Quite evidently, the writer had auto-correct mode on which led to Yusuf Pathan becoming Sufuse Nathan and Pinal Shah turning into Final Shah. Aditya Waghmode became Acidity Demode.
He tweeted by taking a picture of typo to make things clear:
Whoever edited this story needs a kick up his backside. 'Randi Trophy'? For god's sake! pic.twitter.com/tztrqhIEEe
— Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) October 15, 2016
The names are quite hilarious if you think about it! Isn’t it?
The tweet reached a lot of people and what followed was a trail of pretty amusing tweets:
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