Ross Taylor Tries To Troll Sehwag With ‘Darji’ Comment Again, And Gets A Perfect Reply From Viru

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12:24 pm 6 Nov, 2017

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There have been a number of occasions when Virender Sehwag has made hilarious and witty tweets, which make people acknowledge him as the king of social media. One such funny tweet by him came a couple of weeks ago to Ross Taylor. The Kiwi cricketer had played exceptionally well at the first match of the 3 ODI series between India and New Zealand at Wankhede Stadium. This made Virender Sehwag compliment him for his performance in a tweet in which he called Taylor ‘Darji’, an Urdu term for ‘tailor’.

 

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Like a real sportsman, Ross Taylor replied to Sehwag’s tweet with a hilarious tweet in Hindi and small but funny twitter conversation kicked off between the two.

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Here are the tweets the two had exchanged.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A few days later, when Ross saw his name misspelled on the scoreboard during the last match of the series at Kanpur, he posted the picture of the same seeking Virender Sehwag’s advise on how else him name could be misspelled. Here is the Instagram post by Taylor:



Now, Ross Taylor is yet to be included in the playing 11 in the ongoing T20 series against India, of which two matches have already been played, both teams winning one match each.

Now Ross “Darji” has again initiated a banter with Sehwag on his name. Posting a picture outside a tailor’s shop in Rajkot on Instagram, he mentioned the upcoming match to be played between India and New Zealand in Trivandrum. Here is what he posted:

As a social media butterfly that Sehwag is, a funny and winning reply was sure to come Taylor’s way and here is what it was:

 

 

Considering the wit and pun that comes along with social media posts by Virender Sehwag, it certainly is not easy to outfox him. And for this, Ross certainly deserves an applause. Here is how social media reacted to the recent chit-chat between the two:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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