Explain irony in a horse and two goats

Explain irony in a horse and two goats

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    The irony in the story lies in misunderstanding. Muni thought that he was selling his goats whereas he was actually selling the statue of the horse. Muni unknowingly sells the statue. Though at the end both men get what they want, it is ironic that Muni ends up selling to the American the statue which contains great significance to the villagers.

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