New Delhi: Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin was the most talked about player during the 1st India-New Zealand Test.
The 30-year-old was in top form again, securing a 10-wicket haul. Ashwin also contributed with the bat, scoring a crucial 40-run knock during the 1st innings.
Though Ravindra Jadeja walked away with the man-of-the-match award, Ashwin grabbed all the headlines.
The Tamil Nadu bowler entered the 200-wicket Test club at Kanpur, the second-fastest in cricket history to do so.
Ashwin's feat was not just celebrated in India, but also taken note of by the international media.
That's when UK's trusted newspaper The Telegraph happened to mess up the Ashwin's name.
Ravi Chandran prepares to face England by becoming second-quickest bowler to reach 200 Test wickets, read the header of an article on its website.
This was brought to Ashwin's notice on social micro-blogging site Twitter.
As always, the spinner did not disappoint with his response.
@anandvasu My dad Mr.Ravichandran always told me he wasn't encouraged to play when he was a kid, so good too see that he has stepped up
— Ashwin Ravichandran (@ashwinravi99) September 27, 2016
Ashwin's wife Prithi too joined in on the act.
— Prithi Ashwin (@prithinarayanan) September 27, 2016
Unlike his other teammates, Ashwin loves engaging with his followers and even responds to his critics and detractors.
In all his dealings on social media however, Ashwin always brings his razor-sharp wit into play.
Be it turning tracks or Twitter, Ashwin is someone you don't want to mess with.