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.

Hanuma Vihari
Hanuma Vihari. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The cricketing trends on social media today was all about series wins. While the Indian team beat Windies in the third T20I to claim the three-match series 3-0, the Proteas also beat Australia 2-1 in the ODI series, the Pakistan vs New Zealand series had to end without a result with rain playing spoilsport in the final match.

India’s stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma along with the regular skipper Virat Kohli lauded the team for beating the world champions in all the matches to claim the trophy. Faf du Plessis also thanked everyone for their messages after his team’s victory down under. All that and a lot more in the trends of the day.

1. Skipper Rohit Sharma is proud of the ‘serious effort’ from the lads to clinch the T20I series against Windies

2. Sanjay Manjrekar thinks it is time Jos Buttler be moved higher up the order 

3. Shoaib Akhtar points out that all it takes to be a champion is ‘Jazba’ passion

4. Kevin Pietersen thinks knife crime should be treated the same as explosive threat

5. That’s a tough one from Saqlain Mushtaq. Our guess, all these players won the county championship with Surrey

6. Graeme congratulates Faf and the South African team for their win in Australia

7. VVS Laxman talking about his book 281 and beyond

8. Vijay Shankar along with his India A team-mates in New Zealand, enjoying the beauty of the country

9. Azhar Mahmood lauds Shaheen Afridi on winning the Man of the series award

10. Danny Morrison isn’t sure if he was dreaming as rain spoiled a game between Pakistan and New Zealand in the UAE

11. Skipper Kohli is proud of the boys for their effort to claim another series

12. Krunal also thinks it was a top effort by the team

13. Hanuma Vihari rocking the ethnic look

14. Ravi Shastri condoles the sad demise of Union Minister Ananth Kumar

15. Faf thanks people for the support after their series win in Australia