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Cricketing trends in Twitter today

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Virat Kohli. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Throwback Thursday dominated today’s edition of Cricketing trends in Twitter with Virender Sehwag, the former India batsman sharing an old image with his wife with a rather philosophical message. It was the throwbacks of Herschelle Gibbs and Irfan Pathan that certainly got the fans involved in the grand scheme of things.

Englan’s newly appointed Test skipper Joe Root celebrated his captaincy title achievement in an interesting manner as he took his ride around the massive race track in Silverstone. Gautam Gambhir meanwhile celebrated nationalism once again with a fantastic tweet. David Lloyd’s bath was full of cricket balls as he received the bestseller’s prize on a Thursday no less.

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Lisa Sthalekar and Damien Fleming enjoyed the awards gala while Jason Gillespie went ahead and ensured that he did indeed fit into his new role as Australian bowling coach. That said, here are some of the best tweets in today’s edition of cricketing trends in Twitter today.

1. Michael Vaughan runs for a cause

2. Joe Root treats himself to a new ride after being appointed skipper

3. Gautam Gambhir once again shares a message relating to the Indian armed forces

4. Irfan Pathan has perhaps the best throwback on a Thursday

5. Damien Fleming and Lisa Sthalekar at the awards gala

6. Herschelle Gibbs has an interesting one for a throwback

7. David Lloyd’s bath seems to be the bestseller to this day

8. Angelo Mathews puts in a massively important workout

9. David Warner takes a day out to begin his India diaries

10. Usman Khawaja catches the skipper in the act

11. Ben Stokes takes a minute to wish his daughter on her birthday

12. Mushfiqur Rahim greets his mother after reaching home from India

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13. Virender Sehwag shares a rather philosophical advice

14. Jason Gillespie takes his role rather seriously

15. Virat Kohli shows yet again that he is indeed a morning person

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