Virender Sehwag’s Epic Reply To Piers Morgan’s Tweet After WWC Final Will Make Every Indian Proud

Virender Sehwag’s Epic Reply To Piers Morgan Will Give You A Lesson On Positivity

Virender Sehwag and Piers Morgan have been sharing a love-hate relationship on Twitter for quite some time now and every single time a spark comes up in this relationship, it becomes a treat for the fans. And this time, ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 is what has triggered the same spark.

The Indian Women’s Cricket team failed to lift the World Cup in what was one of the most intense finals we have ever seen, even in men’s cricket. After defeating England in the opening game and demolishing Australia, the defending champions, in the semi-finals, Mithali Raj and Co. looked every bit confident of winning the world cup for the first time, however, the team failed to perform under pressure and the lost the game by 9 runs.

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This was definitely a heart-wrenching defeat for Indian Women’s team as well as the fans, however, during the tournament, it was cricket that emerged victorious and brought Women’s cricket to similars ranks as its male counterpart.

England deserved every bit of that ICC World Cup 2017 Trophy and it was a defeat well accepted by the Indian side as this tournament has made the whole country aware of the importance that is needed to be given to Women’s Cricket team.

However, Piers Morgan, the English Journalist, decided to be his usual self and decided to poke Virender Sehwag after the latter Tweeted to acknowledge Indian Women’s team’s effort on the World Cup Final.

This is what Piers Morgan Tweeted

Piers Morgan followed it with a screenshot of almost a year old tweet, which was regarding a bet he placed in front of Virender Sehwag, where the former Indian cricketer had to pay a million rupees in charity if England would win a World Cup before India claims another gold at the Olympics.

As expected, all hell broke loose after the Englishman’s decision to poke Virender Sehwag, who came up with a befitting reply that will make every Indian proud.

After Virender Sehwag gave Piers Morgan a lesson on positivity, Indian fans came in support of the former Indian opener to shut Piers Morgan’s sarcastic tweet.

Noticeably, although England’s men have been part of three finals and five semi finals in World Cup history, they are yet to win an ODI World Cup. Moreover, they haven’t even qualified in the last four since 1992 when Pakistan defeated them in the final.

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