Virender Sehwag takes on Piers Morgan on his tweet regrading India’s medal tally

Virender Sehwag takes a dig on Piers Morgan regarding tweet saga. dnaindia.com

Virender Sehwag takes a dig on Piers Morgan regarding tweet saga. dnaindia.com

Internet Desk: Piers Morgan, known for getting into the news due to his Twitter posts, recently got trolled for his criticizing India’s hyped celebration at winning two Rio Olympics medals.

Some hours back, the British journalist took to his Twitter handle to repost a report on India welcoming its Olympic achievers and wrote alongside, “Country with 1.2 billion people wildly celebrates 2 losing medals. How embarrassing is that?”

 

His comment didn’t go down well with the tweets and in no time, they started slamming the 51-year-old TV personality saying, “Nothing more embarrassing than being Piers Morgan.” Sehwag, who remains active on the social media, didn’t let Morgan’s tweet go unnoticed. He replied him in the coolest way possible with a reference to England’s World Cup victory, where the founders of the game haven’t had much luck. Sehwag wrote, “We cherish every small happiness’, But Eng who invented Cricket,& yet 2 win a WC,still continue to play WC. Embarrassing?”  

Virat Kohli too supported Sehwag with a tweet saying,

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