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Kevin Pietersen Took A Hilarious Dig At Donald Trump For Mispronouncing Sachin Tendulkar’s Name

US President Donald Trump created a stir on social media after he mispronounced the name of cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar at the ‘Namastey Trump’ event at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad. Addressing the jam-packed stadium in Motera, I’m his speech, Donald Trump praised prominent Bollywood stars before moving on to the cricket world. And much to the delight of fans present at the World’s biggest cricket stadium, the POTUS mentioned the names of all time legend – Sachin Tendulkar and the modern legend of this game – Virat Kohli.
“This is the country where your people cheer on the biggest cricketers, from Sachin Tendulkar to Virat Kohli, the greatest in the world,” said Trump at the event.
While the crowd at the Motera Stadium went berserk after he praised the cricketers, the way he pronounced the names became the talk of the Town. Social Media was flooded with their hilarious reactions on the way Donald Trump pronounced Sachin Tendulkar.
Even ICC – International Cricket Council couldn’t stop themselves from taking a dig at the US President for mispronouncing the name of Sachin Tendulkar. ICC via their official Twitter handle wrote:
Anyone know?

Here, check out the tweet:

Now former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen also joined the bandwagon and trolled US President by requesting the British television host Piers Morgan to ask Donald Trump to do some research on how to pronounce the names of legends. He wrote:

FFS, @piersmorgan, pls ask your mate to do some research in pronouncing legends names?!”

Here, check out his tweet:

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Twitterati were left in splits after reading KPs Tweet. Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:






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