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‘Have a brew’ – Michael Vaughan deals a frustrated Indian fan in a smooth way on Twitter

Vaughan didn’t really take this too seriously as he gave a fitting reply.

Michael Vaughan
Michael Vaughan. (Photo by Mike Owen/Getty Images)

Michael Vaughan is very active on Twitter. He isn’t shy to express his views on anything and often speaks his mind. There are a number of times he gets trolled as well and the former England cricket captain has taken it lightly on a number of occasions. He has decent comebacks for trolls and is a lively character on social media.

The world was buzzing when US President Donald Trump made his first-ever visit to India. The cricketing fraternity was sent into a tizzy when Trump took the names of Indian cricketing legends like Sachin Tendulkar and current Indian skipper Virat Kohli. However, the 73-year-old didn’t quite get the pronunciation right. Hence, he was trolled massively as he pronounced it something like ‘Soo-chin Tendulkar and Virot Kolee’.

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Thus, Vaughan joined in the fun and like everybody tried trolling Trump. He took to Twitter to express his joke. He tried asking Tendulkar how he is by trying to pronounce his name as Trump did. “How are you today Sue Chin @sachin_rt !!!!” Vaughan’s tweet read.

However, one fan didn’t take this lightly. Dheeraj who tweets @_iamdheeraj lashed out at the former England skipper for not pronouncing Tendulkar’s name right. He called Vaughan an a****** and told that the 45-year-old former cricketer will learn a lesson for trolling the legendary Indian batsman.

In fact, the Twitter user tried to troll Vaughan by pronouncing his name as ‘Wuhan’, the place from which Coronavirus originated. He also added a couple of emoticons of the middle finger and a thumbs down as well.

“You’re a fucking a***ole, Michael Vaughan!!! You’ll learn a lesson soon for trolling the legends like Sachin Tendulkar!!! You better know how to pronounce your name Vaughan or Wuhan ( the city where corona virus came from)  get the hell out of here ,” Dheeraj’s tweet to Vaughan read.

Vaughan didn’t really take this too seriously as he gave a fitting reply. He retweeted and said that the Twitter user takes life too seriously and needs to have a brew. In fact, Dheeraj even replied to his tweet and wanted to take his words back but also wanted Vaughan to stop trolling Tendulkar.

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