English cricketer Monty Panesar was puzzled on the Celebrity Mastermind of the United Kingdom last night, failing to answer hilariously to the questions correctly in the round of general knowledge.
The popular spin-bowler has delivered a series of increasingly rebellious responses to the joy of viewers who have turned to social media to share his efforts without hope
Panesar, 36, who represented Sussex, Essex and Northamptonshire at county level, earned a respectable six points in his specialist subject around the Sikh religion.
The left tricycle's hopes of winning were left to ashes when he failed to collect more than one point in the next round ̵
In another question: "Birds described as pelagic spend their lives flying over, what? Monty erroneously offered" the sky ", and when he questioned the 1997 film about a group of Sheffield steel workers who become strippers, suggested that the correct answer was "Dream Boys".
To the question: "In which city is Olympiastadion, built for the 1972 Olympics and used by the German national football team," the cricket player replied to Athens "
And" what is the title of the first volume of CS Lewis "Chronicles of Narnia to be published chronologically as follows? Magician's Nephew, & # 39; Panesar – now in a sticky wicket – answered & # 39; CJ Lewis & # 39;
He went on to the following two questions, one on gemstones and the second on jazz musicians, and then when asked about a poem inspired by Keats in the fall, Panesar bizarrely offered "Oliver Twist".
At last the English national team was struck by six when he suggested that the city where the popular American sitcom was set in Cheers was actually In fact – America .
Viewers took social media to mock up the England international, with a student suggesting that Panesar's performance made him feel better about his failure to scrutinize.
Tom Cox said that Panesar was "as out of depth as a hippopotamus running in the Grand National", and another that suggests his appearance on the show was "pure gold".
Another has said that Monty is having a "collapse on Celebrity Mastermind", and Ray joked the first answer Panesar replied incorrectly
– Birds fly over, not inside, the sky
– The German football team plays home games in Athens
– CS Lewis has started a series of books calling the first installment & # 39; CJ Lewis & # 39;
– Keats wrote a poem about a season. That season was Oliver Twist
– Joe Tarring (@joetarring) 11 January 2019