Ravi Shastri Trolled Again: Netizens Find Hilarious Iron Man, Titanic Connection to Indian Head Coach’s Pose and Term Him ‘Ravi the Redeemer’



Author 2019-10-13 14:26:27


Ravi Shastri seems to have become fans’ favourite troll in the Indian cricket team. Fans have laugh riot every time the 57-year-old India head coach is referred to or mentioned online. Netizens had a gala time when asked to caption a picture of Ravi Shastri, in which the Indian head coach can be seen standings with both his hands outstretched. Many fans immediately struck a connection with Tony Stark’s pose from Ironman, Christ the Redeemer statue as well as the iconic post from the Titanic. Some also took a dig at Shastri’s drinking habits and made cheeky comments. India Vs South Africa, Live Cricket Score 2nd Test Match.

Ahead of Day 4 of the India vs South Africa 2nd Test match in Pune, the International Cricket Council (ICC) shared a picture of the former Indian international on its official twitter page and once again got the trolls moving. In the picture, Shastri can be seen standing still – during one of Team India’s training sessions in Pune – with both his arms stretched. The apex cricket body asked fans to caption the picture. Netizens soon got going and gave the cricket body some hilarious replies. The post also received many memes and hilarious GIFs. Take a look at some of those.

The Ravi Shastri Pose

Shastri may have also been practising yoga or taking part in the team's regular exercise sessions. But fans were in no mood to let go of another opportunity to troll their favourite 'Ravi'. Take a look at what fans thought of Shastri's pose.

Jack of Titanic

Iron Man Pose

Paty All Night!!

Ravi The Redeemer

Christ the Redeemer

Virat Kohli-Ravi Shastri

Well. Fans Are Creative

He is an SRK Fan

What if Ravi Acted in Sholay

Ye Haath Mujhe Dede

Wannabe Actor!!

No Caption!!

A Bottle And a Glass

Scarecrow Ravi

Ravi's Iconic Pose And Others

How Many?

Kitna Sara??

Meanwhile, India are comfortably placed in the 2nd Test match at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Ground in Pune. The Virat Kohli-led team enforced the follow-on on South Africa after bundling them for 275 in the opening innings. Earlier, India declared their first innings on 601/5 with Virat Kohli hitting a double hundred and Mayank Agarwal scoring his second successive Test century. The hosts led by 326 runs at the end of the first innings.


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