Commentators are essential in the game of Cricket. But not all commentators are bright enough to keep us occupied and interested in the game and some rather become nuisance for us. This is my list of those five commentators, who think they're pretty good at what they do but actually make me mute the TV when they're commentating.
When watching a cricket match, apart from looking out for all the action on the field, one can’t help but pay attention to the constant blabber of the commentators. At times it’s quite entertaining and at times it’s imprudent. Because when there’s less action on the field, we ponder on everything the commentators talk about. A good commentator make this time worth our while but a commentator who’s sort of a charlatan spoils all the fun for us. This article is about all those commentators who think they’re pretty good but actually they’re ruining the profession of commentary.
I think a good commentator is the one who is unbiased, neutral, intelligent, knowledgeable and entertaining in a sober yet staunch way. Occasionally, in a test match on dead rubbers when there’s nothing going on except the batsmen trying to block their way out of a match, most of us would just boringly wait for something to happen, but this is where a good commentator can make their charm work by keeping the viewers occupied and interested with their commentary. Almost not every commentator has this quality but the ones who possess this quality are the few brilliant ones. But here I’m going to right about those who’ve been making commentating a nuisance for most of us. I would like to mention that like every individual, I’m just sharing my own opinion and that I don’t want to offend anyone at all.