5 Trending conversations by cricketers on Twitter

These conversations had left the Twitterati in splits.

Ravindra Jadeja and Sarah Taylor

Ravindra Jadeja and Sarah Taylor. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Sahil Jain

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If you thought social media was all about glamour and promotions for sportspersons and cricketers, then you may be wrong. Yes, there are promotional videos, tweets and messages, but there is a lot of other activity by cricketers on social media. They do have quite a bit of banter on it as well.

We see a lot of leg-pulling and trolling as well. In fact, over the last few years, there are a few cricketers who have started to reply to their fans as well. However, all is not hunky-dory always as the players might get into some serious banter among each other or even with the fans. Though here we will only talk about the trending and friendly conversation between the cricketers.

Here are five such conversations by cricketers that were trending on Twitter:

Virat Kohli asks for Rohit Sharma’s double hundred manual

Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma
Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. (Photo Source: Twitter)

There may be rumours of a rift between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma at the moment. But the two always shared a great camaraderie. The captain vice-captain duo are two of the best batsmen in the Indian team. Moreover, they have shared great partnerships on the field as well.

Back in 2017, the Indian captain missed the limited-overs leg when Sri Lanka toured India in November-December as he got married to Anushka Sharma. It was Rohit who led the side in Kohli’s absence. However, when Kohli got married, Rohit sent out a tweet congratulating the duo and also said that he would be sharing the husband manual.

Kohli thanked his vice-captain. However, that was not all. He also wanted the double hundred manual from Rohit. The Mumbaikar is the only batsman in world cricket to have scored three ODI double tons in the history of the game.

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