Ravi Ashwin gives a savage reply to a girl who said "Boys only need one thing and that starts with letter B"


The legendary Indian spinner, Ravichandran Ashwin has come up with an epic reply to a girl on Twitter after she says that boys only need one thing which starts with the letter B.

After her tweet, Ravichandran Ashwin was quick enough to respond and claimed that men want only the Border-Gavaskar trophy which is going to kick off on 9th February, Thursday.

Both India and Australia are gearing up for the heated series which is highly expected by fans around the globe. The results of this series will decide the finalists of the ICC Test Championship and both sides will be keen to give their best for their team.

As everyone knows that India is often known for their spin attack with Ravichandran Ashwin who will play a huge role in this series. A lot of expectations are going around the veteran spinner as he will lead the spin attack for counter Pat Cummins' side.

He will get some important  runs as well: Ravi Shastri

Ravi Shastri - Ravichandran Ashwin

On the other side, the former head coach of the Indian team, Ravi Shastri has shared a lot about Ravichandran Ashwin ahead of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. In an interaction hosted by Star Sports, the former Indian cricketer said, "One thing you don't want for him is to over-plan.

He is good enough doing what he is. Sticking to that. He is a real crucial player here. His form will decide the series. Because Ashwin is a package not just with the ball, he will get some important runs as well."

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"If he is on fire on both departments, that might well decide the outcome of the series. He is world-class in most condition. But in Indian conditions, he can be lethal.

If the ball is spinning and biting the dust, he has enough up the sleeves to trouble the batters. But you don't want him to over-think and try too many things Just keep it there and let the pitch do the rest because it does a lot in India," he added.