Virender Sehwag and columnist Piers Morgan's Twitter fight continued on early morning of Wednesday after the CNN moderator put a bet on hold that England would win the cricket World Cup before India win an Olympic gold award.
Morgan had at first tweeted, "Greetings @virendersehwag, I wager you 1 million rupees to philanthropy that England wins an ODI World Cup before India wins an Olympic Gold. Acknowledge?"
He had obviously out looked India's eight gold awards in hockey and shooting gold for Abhinav Bindra at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Later he tweeted, "Greetings @virendersehwag, I wager you 1 million rupees to philanthropy that England wins an ODI World Cup before India wins another Olympic Gold. Acknowledge?"
The essence of this online networking "war" originates from Morgan's rude comment of India's 'over praising' the two Rio Olympics decorations. Morgan had on August 24 tweeted, "Nation with 1.2 billion individuals uncontrollably praises 2 losing decorations. How humiliating is that?”
This was met with mockery and evading answers by Indian clients who scrutinized England's absence of World Cups in football since 1966 and none in cricket – sports that were conceived in England and had been taken everywhere throughout the world.
Sehwag highlighted this very actuality in his reaction, "We love each little joy', But Eng who designed Cricket, &yet2win a WC, still keep on play WC. Embarrassing?"
To which Morgan conceded that it was surely humiliating yet utilized Kevin Pietersen as the missing piece in the jigsaw riddle. "Exceptionally humiliating, Legend. On the off chance that @KP24 was playing, we'd win the WC. Pretty much as we won T20 WC and he was Man of Series."
Sehwag didn't simply give up there and tweeted, "KP is a legend no doubt, bt wasnt he conceived in SA, &by ur rationale Eng shd hv won 2007WC. Why hv prblm wid our ppl,celbrtng"
It stays to be perceived how "Viru" reacts to the new bet however it is sheltered to say that it won't be a normal, unremarkable style, for that won't be the Sehwag way, okay?