Former Team India manager Ravi Shastri has never been shy about speaking his mind and it has made him a subject of trolls on several occasions. Trolling aside, the former cricketer also has his share of fans, who shower him with love, making him a popular figure on social media. A glimpse of that was how the cricketer-turned-commentator took the internet by storm with his latest Twitter post.
Fans Post Hilarious Reactions After Ravi Shastri’s Latest Twitter Post
Ravi Shastri, who is currently a pundit at the ongoing IPL 2022, shared a photo of himself in a reflective neon jacket, a gold chain around his neck, paired with trendy sunglasses. The post set Twitter ablaze with cricket fans offering hilarious responses.
Shastri also posted other hilarious tweets, check out these:-
Here’s how fans reacted to Ravi Shastri’s Twitter post:
Shastri sir took the train to Virar instead of the Churchgate train. When asked to get off at the next station and change trains, he said he wanted to live in the moment. pic.twitter.com/LlotunJFLM
— Kakashi Hatake (@AnbuBlackOps07) May 20, 2022
Virat Kohli responds to Ravi Shastri’s comment on his form
Meanwhile, former Team India skipper Virat Kohli has been in poor form with the bat lately, prompting both fans and pundits to ask questions. However, Ravi Shastri, while commenting on Virat Kohli’s form for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL, said the cricketer was “overcooked” and needed some time to rejuvenate himself. . Shastri in his comment said:
“I’m going straight to the main guy here. Virat Kohli is overcooked. If anyone needs a break, it’s him. Whether it’s two months or a month and a half, whether it’s after England or ahead of England he needs a break because he still has 6-7 years of cricket in him and you don’t want to waste that with a fried brain he’s not the only one there might be have one or two in the cricketing world who are going through the same thing. You need to solve the problem beforehand.”
Virat Kohli, while responding to Ravi Shastri’s comments, said the former India manager is someone who understands him extremely well. Speaking to Star Sports in an interview, Virat Kohli replied, “Not many people mentioned it (pausing)”, when asked what he thought of the comments by Ravi Shastri. “There is one specific person who mentioned it, it’s Ravi bhai and it’s because he has seen up close over the last six or seven years the reality of the situation I found myself in. “
He also added: “The amount of cricket I’ve played and the ups and downs and the cost it costs you to play three game formats plus the IPL for 10 to 11 years straight with the seven years of captaincy between…”