Piers Morgan hits back at Virender Sehwag after he trolled England for losing to India in Kabaddi World Cup
Morgan, who faced severe criticism by Indian fans for mocking India's performance at Rio Olympics 2016, pointed out the spelling error in Sehwag's tweet:
New Delhi: Soon after former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag trolled England for losing to India in Kabaddi World Cup 2016, UK journalist Piers Morgan once engaged himself in a tweet war with the Delhi batsman.
Sehwag took to Twitter to congratulate the Indian Kabaddi team after their 69-18 win over England. Soon after the team's comprehensive win, Viru tweeted, "England loose in a World Cup again.Only the sport changes.This time it's Kabaddi. India thrash them 69-18.All the best for semis #INDvENG"
England loose in a World Cup again.Only the sport changes.This time it's Kabaddi.
India thrash them 69-18.All the best for semis
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) October 18, 2016
Morgan, who faced severe criticism by Indian fans after mocking India's performance at Rio Olympics 2016, pointed out the spelling error in his tweet:
It's 'lose'. https://t.co/QAiUHfI2ft
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 18, 2016
Sehwag was one of the rare Indian celebrities who continued to troll Morgan after his mocking tweet. However, after a few replies, Sehwag decided to ignore Morgan, who continued to provoke him with more tweets.
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