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Piers Morgan on Virender Sehwag; England World Cup Final Win | British journalist reminds Sehwag of three year old tweets

Morgan flew on winning two medals at Rio Olympics, India's joke
Then Sehwag had stopped speaking to Morgan by giving a reply.
Now Morgan has enjoyed repeating Sehwag's three year old tweet

    Dainik BhaskarJul 18, 2019, 05:35 PM Sports Desk England defeated New Zealand to win the ODI World Cup title for the first time in the history of cricket. After this victory of his team, British Television Personality and Journalist Pierce Morgan got the chance to earn a three-year-old account with former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag. The dispute between the two was on the social media. At that time Sehwag had stopped speaking to Morgan, but now Pierce has paid the account by giving a reply to Sehwag.

Morgan flew India's joke

This tale was started during the Rio Olympics in 2016. On August 24, 2016, a person named Tariq Vaidya took a photo of the welcome news from athletes printed on the news paper and shared it on his Twitter account. With this he had written, 'Our athlete receives such a welcome after winning 1 silver and 1 bronze in India.' He also tagged his tweet on British News website @WalesOnline. Replying to Vaidya's tweet, Pierce Morgan made fun of India. Morgan wrote, "A country with 1.2 billion population is not happy with winning two medals. It is so embarrassing. '

Country with 1.2 billion people wildly celebrates 2 losing medals How embarrassing is that? https://t.co/FYSBM7ErAf
– Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) August 24, 2016

Sehwag did not stop speaking

After reading the tweet of Pierce Morgan, former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag hit him with a bitter tone. He wrote, "We cherish every little happiness. But England, who has invented cricket, has not won a single World Cup so far, and its journey is still going on. Embarrassing? '

We cherish every small happiness',
But Eng who invented Cricket, & yet2win a WC, still continue to playWC.Embarrassing? https://t.co/0mzP4Ro8H9
– Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) August 24, 2016

Pierce took three years later

After winning England's World Cup, Pearce got the right opportunity to take revenge from Sehwag. He also took full advantage of this opportunity and on the next day, writing a small message on the same old tangent tweeting of Sehwag retweeted him. Pierce wrote only on that, "Hi friends …." However, there has not been any reply from Sehwag on behalf of Sehwag.

Hi mate @virendersehwag https://t.co/50X5YMQSQU
– Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) July 15, 2019

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