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 Anushka Sharma
Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The cricketing trends on Social Media today was about love, cricket, tea, birthday wishes and more. Virat Kohli was out enjoying his time in Australia with wife Anushka Sharma. Kedar Jadhav sipped in some tea with Shikhar Dhawan and MS Dhoni and was hoping it’d solve things off. It was Kamran Akmal’s birthday and a lot of his current and former teammates sent across best wishes.

On the occasion of Lohri, those celebrating hoped it burns off the negativity and brings positivity in all our lives. Then there were Shahid Afridi and Brian Lara working on humanitarian causes trying to make this world a better place for those who don’t have the privileges. All that and a lot more in the trends of the day.

1. The lovebirds spending some quality time together in Australia

2. Pujara takes a trip down the memory lane

3. Kedar Jadhav attempts to make everything better with a cup of tea – had Shikhar Dhawan and MS Dhoni for company

4. Fizz bowled an amazing last over to win a thrilling game for his team in the BPL

5. Surya salutes Mary Kom’s perseverance and grit which helped her become the World No.1 boxer in her category

6. Lohri wishes from Yuvi as he hopes all the negativity burns off and there is happiness and peace in all our lives

7. Maxwell spotted Qadir hurting himself with his own spike during a wicket celebration

8. The Shahid Afridi Foundation is building Thar Hospital for the poor

9. Gibbs is impressed with Quinton de Kock’s knock who scored a hundred in the 2nd innings against Pakistan

10. Irfan wishes Kami bhai the best

11. Lohri wishes from Awana

12. McGrath is happy to have worked with the legends!

13. Thisara Perera is in Bangladesh and started off with fireworks scoring a 20-ball fifty for the Comilla Victorians

14. Brian Charles Lara cannot believe they pulled off the BLS

15. Sanjay Manjrekar has a suggestion to solve Pakistan’s overseas batting woes