Mahela Jayawardene Congratulates Liverpool For Their 19th Premier League Title, Kevin Pietersen Trolled for His Tweet
Liverpool's 30-year wait for a Premier League title ended on Thursday after second-placed Manchester City lost their match against Chelsea.
- Liverpool were crowned Premier League 2019-20 champions on Thursday
- Mahela Jayawardene congratulated Liverpool for clinching the title
- Pietersen was trolled for his views on Liverpool's record-breaking feat
Liverpool were crowned Premier League 2019-20 championslate on Thursday as Chelsea defeated second-placed Manchester City 2-1 at Stamford Bridge. Liverpool got the title with seven games to spare in the league, a Premier League record. Social media was abuzz after Jurgen Klopp's team ended the club's 30-year long wait to win the title. Former Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardenetook to Twitter to congratulate a "well deserved" win for Liverpool. "Congratulations @LFC for winning @premierleague title few of my friends it's a long Waite but well deserved," Jayawardene tweeted.
While fans appreciated Jayawardene's words for Liverpool, Kevin Pietersen, who tried to troll the newly crowned Premier League champions, was heavily trolled for his tweet on Liverpool clinching the title.
Liverpool winning the PL couldn't have come at a better time - when there's no crowds & zero interest!— Kevin Pietersen (@KP24) June 26, 2020
"Liverpool winning the PL couldn't have come at a better time - when there's no crowds & zero interest," Pietersen wrote on Twitter.
Soon after Pietersen's tweet, fans came in numbers to troll the former England batsman for his views on Liverpool's record-breaking feat in Premier League.
"Pump your brakes, pal," a fan said while sharing a picture of the all titles that Liverpool have won.
Pump your brakes, pal pic.twitter.com/Fmxf4UPXk2— lobo falconer (@lobo_loboman) June 26, 2020
A fan reminded Pietersen about England's 2019 World Cup win that came thanks to superior boundary count rule after the final went into a Super Over which too ended in a tie.
England's world cup win couldn't come at a better time - when the umpire made a blunder and a rule so ridiculous it had to be changed after the match. It'll be remembered as "because of the stupid rule" world cup win.— lordgavesh (Isolated) (@lordgavesh) June 26, 2020
"England's world cup win couldn't come at a better time - when the umpire made a blunder and a rule so ridiculous it had to be changed after the match. It'll be remembered as "because of the stupid rule" world cup win," a fan wrote.
"A bit like KP captaining england......woops," another user one said.
A bit like KP captaining england......woops.....— Ian Spruce (@RadicalRabbit) June 26, 2020
In the ongoing Premier League season, Liverpool have won 28 games out of 31.
Liverpool have clinched the title earlier than any other Premier League champions, breaking the previous record of five games left shared by Manchester City and Manchester United.
(With AFP inputs)