Cricketing Trends on Social Media today

Cricketing Trends on Social Media today

Here is how the cricketers spent their day on Twitter and Instagram today.

Krunal Pandya
Krunal Pandya. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The cricketing trends on the social media revolved around a number of events. Former English cricketer Michael Vaughan showed his support for Ashley Giles for his initiative for patients with brain tumours. Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli taught some kids at an academy in Mumbai. Pakistan’s Bilal Asif Asif picked up a six-wicket haul in his maiden Test match against Pakistan and he was showered with wishes.

The likes of Umar Akmal and Hasan Ali congratulated him after he demolished the Australian batting lineup single-handedly at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. By the end of the third day’s play, Pakistan are leading by 325 runs with seven wickets left in the second innings. Former Pakistani cricketer reckons Sarfraz Ahmed’s men are well and truly in the game and should get the job done in the next couple of days.

Sachin Tendulkar feels a fighter’s strength lies in the heart and not in the muscle. Suresh Raina shared a video where he can be seen enjoying in a pool with daughter Gracia. Sandeep Lamichhane is the marquee player of Biratnagar Titans and the tweaker urged his fans to support the team. Krunal Pandya shared a picture of his childhood where he was seen standing with a trophy on his hands.

1. Michael Vaughan supporting Ashley Giles

2. Vinod Kambli with young kids

3. Umar Akmal congratulates Bilal Asif

4. Junaid Khan wishes Umar Gul

5. Hasan Ali delighted for Bilal Asif

6. Wayne Parnell is hopeful for Pakistan

7. Suresh Raina with his daughter

8. Shoaib Akhtar is happy for Pakistan

9. Abhishek Nayar gorging on to snacks

10. Sachin Tendulkar’s words of wisdom

11. Tabraiz Shamsi ready for some T20

12. Virender Sehwag proud of Rakshita Raju

13. Krunal Pandya’s throwback

14. Irfan Pathan with J&K bowlers

15. Sandeep Lamicchane for Biratnagar Titans

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