James Anderson responds to Virender Sehwag's 'Karma Bites' remark, says we'll fight back

The 'Nawab of Najafgarh' wrote on his Twitter handle recalling how the English speedster dismissed him in 2011 for King pair and termed the latter's dismissal as 'Karma Bites'.

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New Delhi, Nov 22: Responding to former India opener Virender Sehwag's remark on King Pair, England pacer James Anderson has wowed to fight back.

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Former explosive India opener trolled England pacer on Monday (November 21) with a hilarious tweet after the English batsman got dismissed for King Pair in the second Test match against India at Vizag.

James Anderson responds to Virender Sehwag's 'Karma Bites' remark, says we'll fight back

King pair is a term used when a batsman gets out off 1st ball in both innings. Pair is getting out for 0 (facing more balls). (Virender Sehwag trolls England pacer James Anderson)

The 'Nawab of Najafgarh' had written on his Twitter handle recalling how the English speedster dismissed him in 2011 for King pair and termed the latter's dismissal as 'Karma Bites'.

"Jimmy Anderson made me pay tribute to Aryabhatta by getting me out for a King pair in 2011. Today,he too got a King pair.#KarmaBites," wrote Sehwag.

To this Anderson as come up with a response and wowed his team will fight back in the next Test.

"Result & king pair aside, I loved being back out there with the boys. Lots of cricket still be played in this series. We'll fight back," wrote Anderson on his Twitter handle.

This is how former Australia cricketer Adam Gilchrist reacted to Jimmy Anderson's King Pair. 

India-England will now lock horns from November 26 at Mohali for the third Test match. Mohali pitches are known to be favouring seamers, thus Anderson would be eager to settle scores with Indian batsmen there.

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