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Mayanti Langer trolled for asking Suresh Raina's Wi-Fi password

Mayanti didn’t get the reply from the cricketer but her Twitter followers came up with some hilarious passwords suggestions to help her.

Written by: India TV Sports Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: October 31, 2017 21:52 IST ]
Mayanti asks for Suresh Raina WiFi Password
Mayanti LangerPhoto:TWITTER

Social media is a great leveller, it can make you an overnight star but at the same moment, it will put you in such a situation that will make you question your tiniest of the move. Cricket anchor and cricketer Stuart Binny's wife Mayanti Langer, who was recently in Kanpur for the coverage of the 3rd ODI between India and New Zealand were in the thick of the things after she posted a screenshot on her Twitter handle of a strange Wi-Fi username on her phone.

Mayanti spotted a Wi-Fi network named after India discard Suresh Raina. Raina, who plays for Uttar Pradesh in the Ranji Trophy, he has played a lot of his domestic cricket at the same venue. Mayanti tweeted the screenshot after the Team India won the third and final ODI of the three-match ODI series against New Zealand, the hosts clinch the series 2-1. 

Mayanti tagged Raina and tweeted: "Hi @ImRaina possible to get the password to your network?"

Not surprisingly enough, the Twitterati latched on to this golden opportunity and trolled not just Mayanti’s upfront query but also the star all-rounder Raina!

Here are some of the funny tweets:

Raina has been out of Team India for a long time now and is working hard to earn his place back in the team. He is currently captaining the Uttar Pradesh team in the Ranji Trophy. The 30-year old was in news earlier when he failed the much-hyped 'Yo-Yo Test' along with veteran batsman Yuvraj Singh.

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