Virender Sehwag gives fitting reply to Piers Morgan’s insensitive dig
Soon after the India Women team lost the finals of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 against the England Women, Piers Morgan took to his Twitter account to take a dig at Sehwag.
Updated - Jul 24, 2017 4:23 am
The social media banter between former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag and English journalist Piers Morgan is well known to all. The two individuals have not let go any opportunity to troll each other everytime they sensed one. Recently, the verbal war resurfaced the social media when Piers Morgan came up with an insensitive tweet to indirectly poke fun at Virender Sehwag.
Soon after the India Women team lost the finals of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 against the England Women, Piers Morgan took to his Twitter account to take a dig at Sehwag. He did not say anything directly but his words hinted a world of expressions. He asked Sehwag if he was alright. “You OK, buddy @virendersehwag? #WWC2017final,” Piers Morgan had tweeted.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) July 23, 2017
Sehwag’s fitting response
Many people thought that the former Indian opener might ignore the tweet. However, Virender Sehwag chose to respond to the tweet and came up with a fitting reply. He conceded that the entire nation is still proud of the way India Women team played in the tournament. He also noted that someone like him will never comprehend what this fight means to the team and the country people. He rightly pointed out that the team will only get stronger and better from here on.
“Me and all of India prouder even in this loss than you can ever be mate. We fought well &will only get better & stronger. Enjoy for a change!” responded Virender Sehwag.
Me and all of India prouder even in this loss than you can ever be mate.We fought well &will only get better & stronger.
Enjoy for a change! https://t.co/Dv1gn2jpWn
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) July 23, 2017
The two individuals have beent aking digs at one another since last year. It all started with Morgan exclaiming his amusement at the way a country like India with a population of a billion celebrating a couple of Olympic medals. In response to this, Sehwag had tweeted that the Indians love to celebrate smaller things and achievements irrespective of the magnitude of it.