Exeter Chiefs legend Phil Dollman has sarcastically responded to on of his own teams tweets following a condescending tweet during their 25-22 win on Tuesday evening.
The versatile back was the most talked about player at the break after the 35-year-old breezed past three Bears defenders to score.
Phil Dollman hasn't lost a step 🙌— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) August 25, 2020
Slicing open the Bears…
How long has he been doing this for?! pic.twitter.com/87VMTbVOAY
The official Exeter account tweeted: “Who would have thought the centre people would be talking about at half-time would be @philldollman?”
Dollman responded the next day, tweeting: “Such kind and appreciative words…… thanks”
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