Ravi Ashwin is one of the important players of the Indian cricket team. The veteran off-spinner is currently part of the ongoing Border Gavaskar Trophy series against the Australian cricket team. He is a regular feature in the longest format of the game.
On the other hand, he has been in and out of the T20 set-up and has fallen out of the selectors’ radar as far as the One-Day Internationals are concerned. However, when it comes to Test cricket, he has been giving it all for the team with the ball and bat, which is quite remarkable.
The veteran off-spinner recently etched his name into the record books after he became the fastest Indian bowler to take 450 wickets in his Test career. He edged past Kapil Dev and Anil Kumble to achieve the staggering feat.
When Ravi Ashwin silenced a cricket fan on Twitter
He achieved the feat during the first Test against Australia. Meanwhile, Ravichandran Ashwin made the headlines after he chipped in with a savage reply to a fan who tried to pull the veteran off-spinner’s leg on the micro-blogging Twitter handle.
On November 30, 2022, when Ravi Ashwin was not part of the white-ball assignment against New Zealand in New Zealand, he took to his official Twitter handle and then posted a tweet.
“Quality banter from Stephen Fleming, @kartikmurali and @ImZaheer. Flem talking about flat wickets when India come for a series to NZ and our boys reminding him about the 2002 series where Dan Vettori dint bowl a single over,” tweeted off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin.
Quality banter from Stephen Fleming, @kartikmurali and @ImZaheer . Flem talking about flat wickets when india come for a series to NZ and our boys reminding him about the 2002 series where Dan Vettori dint bowl a single over.👏 😂😂#indvsnz @PrimeVideo— Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) November 30, 2022
Meanwhile, one of the fans tried to pull the spinner’s leg by writing, “Anna, one plate Idly and one plate sambar”. To which, Ravi Ashwin came up with a sarcastic reply which reads, “Vada”. Ashwin’s reply went viral in no time on the internet.
Vada?— Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) November 30, 2022
Meanwhile, Ravichandran Ashwin is not part of the World Test Championship final against Australia at The Kennington Oval in London.