Cricketing trends in Twitter today

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Harbhajan Singh. (Photo Source: Twitter)

India’s loss to Australia in the first Test match in 13 years was the theme for today’s edition of Cricketing trends in Twitter today. This was the Indian team’s first defeat in the entire season and 20 matches to be precise. It was the brilliance of Steve O’Keefe who took 12 wickets in the match and conceded just the 70 runs in the entire match that pushed the result of the game in his team’s favor.

His effort was lauded by former Aussies such as Adam Gilchrist, Jason Gillespie, and even Mitchell Johnson. In fact, it was such a mesmerizing performance that ensured that even Dean Jones, the man who had presented him with the baggy green had to ensure that he did indeed post a picture. However, as for India, it was Virender Sehwag who gave a glimmer of hope for the wounded side to perform better in the following Test.

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

1. Harbhajan Singh gets ready for the reality show

2. Ian Bishop appreciates the performance of the Pakistani crowds in the PSL

3. Bryce McGain is pleased with Australia’s performance in the first Test at Pune

4. Darren Sammy and his consistency face

5. Wayne Parnell wishes a friend on the latter’s birthday

6. Michael Vaughan gives his thoughts on the India v Australia game on the day

7. Daryl Tuffey lauds the performance of Steve Smith

8. Adam Gilchrist resonates Tuffey’s congratulations for the Aussies

9. Tom Moody awaits the next three Tests to be played

10. Fawad Ahmed pleased with the gritty Aussies

11. Virender Sehwag comes up with some sugar for the wounds

12. Isa Guha cannot complain about her favorite IPL team

13. Damien Fleming sees a version of Chuck Norris in Steve O’Keefe

14. Professor Deano knows the day he handed O’Keefe the baggy green

15. Mitchell Johnson also has a few words of praise for O’Keefe and a taunt for Anil Kumble

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