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Cricketing trends in Twitter today

Shahid Afridi
Shahid Afridi. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

Cricketing trends in Twitter today saw many a former cricketer from Australia praise the Australians on their performance on the day. Jason Gillespie, Dean Jones, and Damien Fleming were the few to point out the impressive bowling from Mitchell Starc and co.

Alyssa Healy snapped a wonderful picture of the sunset following the ‘chin music’ delivered by her hubby Mitchell Starc on the pitch. Mitchell McClenaghan took up his rightful place in the commentary box and snapped a quick selfie as evidence for the same.

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David Lloyd however, took some time to analyze the best cauliflower in England. That said, here are some of the best tweets in today’s edition of Cricketing trends in Twitter today.

1. Herschelle Gibbs cannot stop thinking about the new shoes he has fallen in love with

2. Stuart Broad waits for the sunset to kick in before he finishes signing the teamsheet

3. Harbhajan Singh finds his wife making an attempt to get fitter

4. Mitchell McClenaghan is one of the newest faces in the commentary box where things are looking rather bright

5. Kevin Pietersen certainly enjoyed his day in the commentary box as he awaits a South African fightback

6. David Lloyd seems to be on the ‘Go Green’ curve these day

7. Alyssa Healy captures the sunset in Perth as her hubby wrecks the Aussies at the wicket

8. Jason Gillespie sees aces with each and every delivery the Australians seem to be bowling

9. Professor Dean Jones understands the importance of the sentiment from Gillespie

10. A tweet from Damien Fleming sums it all up quite nicely

11. Jason Holder cannot contain his excitement as he claims his first overseas win as captain

12. Darren Sammy also congratulates the incumbent skipper for the same

13. Alec Stewart has summed up the day quite nicely so to speak

14. Shahid Afridi seems deeply saddened by the attacks in Landhi

15. Mahela Jayawardene pays his respects to one of the greatest artists from Sri Lanka

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