‘Old habits die hard’ Tweets Ravi Shastri, Trolled Badly
Indian Head Coach Ravi Shastri has proved to be the perfect guide to the Indian national cricket team. But there has not been an occasion when he has not been trolled. Every time the former cricketer post on social media, he has been trolled for his drinking habit.
Former Indian cricketer Ravi Shastri played 80 Test matches and 150 ODIs. In 80 Test matches, he picked up 151 wickets and scored 3830 runs. He started his career as the Left-arm spinner but afterwards he became a valuable asset in batting.
Ravi Shastri earned the second tenure of Indian Head Coach this year. He will continue the tenure till the T20 World Cup 2021. During his tenure, the team has done exceptionally well in all formats. Under his guide, India’s winning rate has increased. India first time won the Test series in Australia. In the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, India earned the place in the semi-final but just short to register a victory in that semi-final.
Ravi Shastri is again facing massive troll for his recent tweet
However, there is no time when he is not been trolled or is backfired for his statements in the interview. Recently, he posted a picture on Twitter where he has shown his bowling action. In no time, the users have started trolling the Indian Head Coach.
He posted that picture with the caption of: “Old habits die hard #INDvBAN #Cricket.”
Here are some of Twitters reaction:
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