Virender Sehwag shuts up Piers Morgan, forces him to delete the tweet
The epic twitter war between the former veteran batsman Virender Sehwag and U.K. based journalist Piers Morgan took an epic turn when Virender Sehwag with his classic reply sent Piers Morgan out of the ground for a 200 m six. Morgan was so left ashamed with Viru’s reply that forced him to delete his tweet.
Yesterday, after watching the England batsmen hitting Pakistani bowlers all over the park, witty Morgan thought of pinching Virender Sehwag again. He tweeted
“Hi @virendersehwag, I bet you 1 million rupees to charity that England wins a ODI World Cup before India wins another Olympic Gold. Accept?”
The Haryana lad did not take it easily and gave it on the face of Morgan. He with his classic reply forced Morgan to leave the field midway and take his words back. Sehwag wrote
— Viru Fan Club (@VirenderrSehwag) August 30, 2016
“India Already Has 9 #Gold Medals, England Has Zero WC. As Far As Charity Is Concerned, You Already Owe Us Kohinoor.”
Now this is a classic reply from a batsman of his class. Morgan immediately deleted his tweet as Viru came up with a reply that was a blow on the chest of Morgan as all of us know that the Kohinoor is ours and rest is the history.
It looks like the witty U.K. based journalist is going through a mental sickness like England players have suffered in the past. Surely this epic reply which will keep Morgan away from twitter for few days.
But there is a twist in the tale as it was a parody account of Viru which sent Morgan flying. We can say that even Viru’s parody account holder is one step ahead of Viru. Sehwag is yet to comment on this issue and we may see some more bashing for Morgan in upcoming days.
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