Cricketing trends in Twitter today

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Cricketing trends Mohammad Shami (Photo Source: Twitter)
Mohammad Shami (Photo Source: Twitter)

Cricketing trends in Twitter today saw many lauding the traveling Britons on their first innings lead against India. However, in spite of toiling all day, Mohammad Shami took his BMW out for a ride on the town, something that was much deserved as far as the Indian pacer was concerned.

However, a few thousand miles away at Accrington, David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd was having the time of his life as the festivities began to unfold ever so slowly. Damien Martyn and his dog took a while to get acclimatize to the conditions at Bondi Beach in Sydney.

That said, here are some of the best tweets in today’s edition of Cricketing trends in Twitter today.

1. Mohammad Shami and his ride pose for a quick picture following the grueling second day’s play

2. Angelo Mathews calls on the Twitterati to say hello to his old pal Upul Tharanga

3. Wayne Parnell makes his long-awaited debut in the haven of the commentary box

4. Lisa Sthalekar and the girls get together after a massive amount of time

5. Robin Peterson thanks one and all following the retirement route he has finally taken

6. Usman Khawaja chances his arm in the nets ahead of the second Test

7. Isa Guha seems to like the way little Gautam Gambhir wields his bat

8. Chris Gayle seems to be doing a bit of skype whilst cranking out the muscles

9. Niall O’Brien seems to have a keen eye on proceedings unfolding at Rajkot

10. Ed Cowan and Kevin Pietersen have some issues on Twitter

11. Murali Karthik simply cannot get enough of the satire jokes circulating themselves all over the internet

12. Russell Arnold goes back to school

13. David Lloyd takes part in the festivities unfolding at Accrington

14. Graeme Smith is certainly proud after becoming a Don Bradman honoree

15. Anjum Chopra is keeping one eye out for the Indian women playing at Vijayawada today

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