India’s middle-order batsman Hanuma Vihari has slammed a Twitter user, who was making fun of him. Vihari is currently in England to play the County cricket and in the meantime, he is eagerly helping people in India by tweeting and sharing the SOS messages from needy people. Moreover, the Andhra batsman is also raising funds through various NGOs and is also urging his followers to donate largely.
Twitter user trolls Vihari
However, despite seeing him helping people, a Twitter user tried to troll him by replying under his tweet. The user wrote: “Thik hai 2 masal dosa le aao bhai. Aur Haa coconut ki chutney lana (Okay bring 2 Masala Dosas along with a coconut chutney).”
Vihari is known to ignore trolls, like every other cricketer, but this one seems to have gotten under his skin. So he decided to give it back to the user in his own language. “I would if you’re suffering like many people in India are right now. Oh, wait a minute you’re actually suffering from a different disease. I’m Sorry!” he replied.
I would if you’re suffering like many people in India are right now. Oh, wait a minute you’re actually suffering from a different disease. I’m sorry! 🙂 https://t.co/rLaOQDa7v3
— Hanuma vihari (@Hanumavihari) May 9, 2021
Not a great county stint for the 27-year-old
After playing a match-saving knock in Sydney Test against Australia earlier this year, Vihari was injured and was ruled out of the last Test. Moreover, he also missed the four-match Test series against England in India. Thus, he has now registered for a county cricket stint for Warwickshire in England. However, he hasn’t been in his best form, recording just 100 runs across six innings so far. The experience he will gain during this month-long stint, will be helpful for him as India is about to spend their next three months in England, playing six Tests.
India will first clash with New Zealand in the inaugural edition of the World Test Championship Final in Southampton. Following this, the Indian Cricket Team will stay in England for the next 40 days preparing for the five-match Test series against England.