Cricket is the national sport of England but football is one of the most followed games in that nation but in India, the craziness for this sport is increasing day by day. Indian cricketers like this game and follow it keeping a close watch over it. The emotions related to this game can’t be summed up in words.
And English Premier League is one of the biggest Football Leagues that is played around a whole year with 20 big clubs taking part in it. In England, Manchester United and Chelsea are the two football clubs that have one of the biggest fanbases around the world and these two clubs are the biggest rivals of each other in the tournament. This game has now forced the former Indian and English cricketer to get involved in social media banter.
Social media banter between Yuvraj Singh and Kevin Pietersen
Former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh is a big fan of Manchester United whereas Kevin Pietersen is a big admirer of Chelsea, and the banter started when earlier this year in August Manchester United defeated Chelsea by 4-0, then Yuvi took his Twitter to handle and posted a message mentioning English cricketer name, and wrote, “Hey Mr @KP24 very quiet today all ok @ManUtd,”
Here is the earlier tweet from Yuvraj trolling Pietersen:
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) August 12, 2019
But yesterday United had to drop three important points after they lost to a weak-looking team of Newcastle United by 1-0, and after that Chandigarh, born player tweeted a motivational post for his favorite club, and wrote, “Tough times don’t last. Tough men do@ManUtd,”
Here is the latest tweet from Yuvi:
Tough times don’t last ! Tough men do !!! @ManUtd
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) October 6, 2019
This tweet of 37-year-old former Indian player caught the eyeball Pietersen and in return, he came up with a hilarious reply to the post of former Indian lad, and said, “No one in Manchester is tough!”
Here is the post of Pietersen:
No one in Manchester is tough!
— Kevin Pietersen🦏 (@KP24) October 7, 2019
Once a run machine of England suddenly went out of favor from the English team. Big performances from his willow were never enough for him to get selected in the team, and then after he released out his explosive autobiography in which he wrote many negative things and exposed England’s bad dressing room culture then it looked like the end of his career.
Kevin Pietersen has played 104 Tests, 136 ODIs and 37 T20Is and has registered more than 13,000 international runs across the formats. He is currently on the 5th position in the list of most runs getters of Tests in the history of English cricket.
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