Rohan Sharma gets trolled by Bengaluru FC Supporters: A tweet that didn't go as planned...

Rishabh Dubey  |  Banter  |  1 Year Ago

In today’s #WarofWords, it’s Delhi Dynamos’ young boss getting  severely trolled at the hands of the Bengaluru FC fans. Rohan Sharma’s tweet taking a dig at Bengaluru FC has caught fire but burnt his own hand. Though his tweet looks more of a desperate attempt to nag BFC supporters, but we give a high-five to Rohan for ensuring drama in a surprisingly dull fixture.

With this statement aimed at Bengaluru FC, Rohan has not only stirred the silent West Block Blues, but has implicitly demeaned India’s Official football league, I-League by declaring it to be the 2nd Division of Indian football. 


The whole incident got escalated faster than Rohan Sharma or Dynamos would’ve expected as he started getting hit by a flurry of comments scratching Rohan Sharma’s unhealed wound— The disappointing Semi-final in the last season which ended their superb run. Though Dynamos have been a solid contender for the trophy ever since their inception, minus Season-1, but Bengaluru FC supporters came out all guards open against Mr. Rohan Sharma to respond to the attack he started. Here are some of the tweets:


From what I see just random guy looking for publicity for the @DelhiDynamos club by bragging @bengalurufc @WestBlockBlues just wait for the game to be over and then talk
Blahh Blahh #WeAreBlues

— Rushabh Murumkar (@rushabh431) November 26, 2017



But it's cute though that he's trying to get some banter going. We prefer people who try to give it back than ones who moan about it. So bring it on @MrRohanSharma!

— Abhijit (@abhijit_13) November 26, 2017


Well, this date of Rohan Sharma didn’t go as planned and now it all comes down to the real battle between the clubs tonight as they’re scheduled to play their season’s second fixture at Kanteerava. 


Would Rohan be able to prove his point tonight?




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