Here's a very "thinly" veiled criticism by GM Anish Giri commenting for Chessbase on the final WCC game between Anand and Topalov:
"46.Qxg2 Bxg2. At this point, some people got very nervous, screaming that they had found a draw. The calm World Champion, however, had seen everything in advance."
I'll give you one guess who GM Anish Giri is referring to - it's the GM who stated on her blog that Anand had blundered with
"40...Kg7" (see picture)
The comments have since been "sanitised" to:
"Although 40...Kh7 is a cleaner and more precise, 40...Kg7 also wins after I looked at it again 41. Nf5+ Kh7 42. Rg3 Rxg3+ 43. hxg3 .... -+"