Fans react hilariously after possible speed gun glitch shows Ravichandran Ashwin bowling 131.6 kph

A delivery from Ravichandran Ashwin clocked a barely believable 131.6 kmph on the speed gun during the IPL 2022 Qualifier 1. 
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The mindblowing mistake happened during Ravichandran Ashwin's second over during GT's run-chase in the Qualifier 1 in Kolkata.

A massive technical blunder on the speedometer left fans shell shocked after a delivery from India's veteran off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin was recorded at 131.6 kph. 

The incident is from the IPL 2022 Qualifier 1 on Tuesday (May 24) in Kolkata. Bowling his second over of the game, an Ashwin delivery clocked over 130 kilometres per hour, an unrealistic and obviously false recording for the Rajasthan Royals (RR) spinner. 

The mistake was caught by fans on social media after a reading of 131.6 kmph was displayed on screen for the third ball of the eighth over in Gujarat Titans' (GT) run-chase at the Eden Gardens. 

Moments after Ashwin delivered a ball to GT batter Matthew Wade, the graphic below the scorecard showed the ball to have made it well past the 130-mark on the speed gun, which left the viewers shocked. 

Fans react in surprise after a Ravichandran Ashwin ball touches 131.6 kph

The technical glitch on the speedo gun was brought to light first by famous cricket Twitter account @flighted_leggie, before others got aware of the mistake and reacted funnily to the Ravichandran Ashwin speed gun error. 



Here is how some of the fans reacted: 


While quite flatter and quicker with his bowling at times, surely Ravichandran Ashwin couldn't have crossed the 130 kph mark on this delivery. 

If the spinner comes across the error, he would firstly laugh at the technical glitch himself and might amusingly feel good to have matched the speed of a medium fast-bowler.