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India coach Ravi Shastri trolled again after he posts his bowling pictures


India face Bangladesh in the first Test of the two-match Test series at Holkar Stadium in Madhya Pradesh on Thusrday, Nivember 14. Earlier, Team India’s head coach Ravi Sashtri suffered a huge troll over social media. Shastri may not have done such a thing, knowing that he would be the vessel of such zeal by posting pictures of his own bowling in Team India’s practice session.

India coach Ravi Shastri trolls again after he posts his bowling pictures

No matter how much success he has given the Indian team as a head coach, it looks like Ravi Shastri has never been able to earn ‘respect’ for Indian netizens. Whatever he does, he has to fall victim to the troll. He recently posted a picture of his bowling during practice before the first Test. And the head coach of India was horribly trolled.

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He posted a picture on twitter of his bowling, rotating his hands in the net. He captioned, ‘Old habits die hard.’

Which means, old habits do not go away. He was a previously regular left-arm spinner. He took 151 wickets in the Test. In one-day cricket, he also took 129 wickets. And in first class cricket, he has 509 wickets. That’s why he practically hit the ball in the net. Shastri meant the old days through pictures.

And this is where the practice started in the net world. Someone has dragged Sourav Ganguly’s take over as the President of the Indian Cricket Control Board. Someone has raised a question over Shastri’s habit.

Even before this, Shastri had been regularly trolled on social media. Pictures of his falling asleep during a Test series against South Africa became viral. For the past few years, his relationship with new BCCI President, Sourav Ganguly had also been practiced. Especially since Sourav became the board president, these two have had a lot of discussions in the web world.

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