“Anna Bhaiya”: 10 Hilarious Memes On R Ashwin’s Tweet

R Ashwin Shared A Hilarious Tweet: With a thumping win by a massive margin of an innings and 132 runs, hosts India took a 1-0 series lead in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023 over Australia, in Nagpur, on Saturday.

All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was the star of the show and he bagged the Player of the Match award for his all-round brilliance throughout the game. Returning to international cricket after a long gap of 5 months, Jadeja took a five-wicket haul in Australia’s first innings, scored 70 (185) in India’s first innings, and then took two more wickets in Australia’s second innings.

Skipper Rohit Sharma hit his 9th Test century – and his first Test hundred against Australia – and R Ashwin snapped another five-wicket haul – his 31st in Test cricket and 6th against Australia – in the second innings to wrap up the game in Nagpur.

R Ashwin
R Ashwin. Image-Twitter

R Ashwin got funny reactions from fans on his Tweet:

After the completion of the Test in Nagpur, R Ashwin took to Twitter to reveal a funny incident – the explanation and dissection of “Anna Bhaiya,” which somebody called him from the stands, was funnier.

“Someone at the stadium called me Anna Bhaiya today. Anna and Bhaiya are one and the same ( big brother ) . I am extremely grateful for the love I receive but this one small correction would help,” Ashwin tweeted after the game, eliciting laughter from the fans.

Fans ran a laughter riot on R Ashwin’s tweet. Here are some hilarious memes:

Speaking to broadcasters Star Sports, R Ashwin showered praises on Ravindra Jadeja and Axar Patel.

“Massive help is an understatement. He’s been in phenomenal form. The way he’s batted, the way he’s bowled and we don’t have to talk about how well he moves in the field. He’s been a fantastic cricketer. I’m so thankful for the fact that I’ve got a partner like him to be bowling alongside me and Axar is no ordinary bowler either. We’ve got a very good set of spinners and all of us who can bat,” Ashwin said.

Ashwin also praised the Indian batters for piling up 400 runs in India’s first innings and batting Australia out of the game. He said: “You know how things work from the third day onwards here in Test matches. I’d credit the batting unit, they really dug deep and kept them on the field for a long while. It’s going to be tough for the team coming out and bat.”