Cricketing Trends on Social Media Today

Cricketing Trends on Social Media Today

Here is what the cricketing community was talking about in the last 24 hours.

Virat Kohli and KL Rahul
Virat Kohli and KL Rahul. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Quite a few cricketing trends on Wednesday revolved around the Test match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Ramiz Raja was delighted to see the fans in the stadium for this game. Sri Lanka’s captain Dimuth Karunaratne tweeted that he felt very nice to be part of a Test match in Pakistan after ten years. The other trends were around the T20I match between India and West Indies.

After watching Rohit Sharma bat, Suryakumar Yadav tweeted that ‘Class is Permanent’. Ian Bishop, on the other hand, wrote that India has managed to bring out the powerplay batting tempo in the hour of need. Brad Hogg was impressed with Evin Lewis’ near one-handed blinder on the field. Harbhajan Singh wished Dilip Kumar on his birthday while Reeza Hendricks seemed gutted with the MSL performance.

1. Ramiz Raja delighted to see so many fans for the Test match at home after 10 years

2. Kaif thrilled


3. Surya Kumar Yadav feels ‘Class is Permanent’ after watching Rohit Sharma fire in all cylinders

4. Laxman delighted to witness run-fest

5. Dimuth Karunaratne tweeted that it felt very nice to play Test cricket after 10 years in Pakistan

6. Brad Hogg was mesmerised by the near blinder Evin Lewis pulled off at the ropes

7. A different kind of birthday for Dhawal Kulkarni. He thanked everyone for the wishes and hopes to be back on the field soon

8. Gambhir congratulates Modi ji

9. Vinod Kambli attends the 3rd T20I between India and West Indies along with his son

10. Harbhajan Singh wished the legendary actor Dilip Kumar on his birthday

11. KP tweets emojis

12. Manjrekar impressed with India’s batting

13. Suresh Raina sweating it out hard to regain his complete fitness after the recent surgery

14. Afridi welcomes to the land of hospitality

15. Reeza Hendricks is gutted with the performance of Jozi Stars this season and vows to come back strong next year