Cricketing trends in Twitter today

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Virat Kohli. (Photo Source: Twitter)

With today being somewhat of an off-day, Cricketing trends in Twitter today was a bit quiet with most of the tweets dwelling mostly into the private lives of the cricketers featured. This is also something that brought more of the people into the Twitter accounts of these players, to say the least. Chris Gayle and Virat Kohli took the day off with a bit of alone time to clear their heads.

It would have seemed as though the India skipper needed more of the cleansing given the fact that he had just led India to one of their worst defeats at home. Shane Warne bid farewell to India and was on his way to Los Angeles. Wayne Parnell’s ever growing wishlist eventually totalled one outrageous one while Parthiv Patel did battle with an unassuming dosa.

Darren Sammy became Arab for a day while Graeme Swann looked for soccer clothing online. That said, here are some of the best tweets in today’s edition of Cricketing trends in Twitter today.

1. Chris Gayle just being… well, Chris Gayle

2. Harbhajan Singh chooses to shed the spotlight on a few important folks

3. Wayne Parnell’s ever growing wishlist sees the top of a lion involved

4. David Warner has no plans of sledging the Indian skipper

5. Shane Warne en route to Los Angeles

6. Sachin Tendulkar has the perfect answer to autism

7. Parthiv Patel finds himself battling Dosas bigger than he’d ever imagined

8. James Franklin chooses to unwind with some golf

9. Kumar Sangakkara feasts on some of the dates in the Goodness foundation stall

10. Speaking of unwinding, captain Kohli takes a trip to the mountains

11. Dale Steyn has his eyes on wrecking another GoPro

12. Shaun Pollock wishes uncle Graeme on his birthday

13. Graeme Swann looks to bid for a Wearside T-Shirt

14. When in Pakistan, Sammy be like…

15. Aakash Chopra reflects on the impact made by a certain Peter Handscomb

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