Kumar Sangakkara Trolls Kevin Pietersen For Poolside Plank In "Beautiful Pic"
Kumar Sangakkara trolled Kevin Pietersen after he tweeted a picture of himself doing plank workout by the poolside.
Pietersen posted a picture of himself doing plank workout by the poolside
He suggested that there should be "no rest days" in his tweet
Kumar Sangakkara decided to tease Kevin Pietersen on Twitter
Kevin Pietersen posted a picture of himself doing plank workout by the poolside on Twitter on Sunday. Going by the scenic background in the picture, former England captain Kevin Pietersen seems to be on a holiday but he suggested that there should be "no rest days" in his tweet that followed a hashtag "#PlankWell". Former Sri Lanka wicketkeeper-batsman Kumar Sangakkara decided to tease Kevin Pietersen, saying: "Would have been a beautiful pic without you in it @KP24". The social media banter left fans into splits.
This is not the first time when the Sri Lankan has come up with a hilarious take on someone else's tweet.
In January, Sangakkara -- along with his former Sri Lanka teammate Mahela Jayawardene -- had trolled former Australia cricketer Dean Jones after he found a video on internet of an elephant roaming inside a Sri Lankan hotel.
Jones had asked Jayawardene and Sangakkara if the elephant in the video was roaming inside one of their hotels.
"@MahelaJay @KumarSanga2 which one of your hotels is this Wild elephant trying to find a room for a kip?" Jones said in a tweet.
However, Jones fell in his own trap as Jayawardene and Sangakkara came up with epic replies.
"Come experience our wildlife @ProfDeano," Sangakkara said in a tweet.
Come experience our wildlife @ProfDeano— Kumar Sangakkara (@KumarSanga2) January 20, 2020
Jayawardene decided to destroy Jones with a hilarious reply, saying: "He had come looking for you mate..got the dates wrong."
He had come looking for you mate..got the dates wrong. https://t.co/9UxZIYl0wj— Mahela Jayawardena (@MahelaJay) January 20, 2020
Sangakkara was one of the greatest wicketkeeper-batsman in the history of cricket. With 17840 runs across all formats, Sangakkara leads the chart of most runs scored by a wicketkeeper-batsman.