Cricketing Trends on Social Media Today

Cricketing Trends on Social Media Today

Here's how the cricketers spent their day on social media platforms.

Suresh Raina & MS Dhoni
Suresh Raina & MS Dhoni. (Photo Source: Twitter)

India stalwart MS Dhoni, on Saturday, stunned the cricket fraternity by announcing his international announcement. The veteran revealed his decision on Instagram as he shared a video of his cricketing journey. What followed by his CSK teammate Suresh Raina also announcing his international retirement. Twitter, as well as Instagram, was flooded after CSK skipper and vice-captain announcement their departure from international cricket.

Dhoni, regarded as one of the best skippers in the history of Indian cricket, from the sport for over a year. Amassing over 15,000 international runs and steering India to two World Cups and Champions Trophy, Dhoni’s finishing skills and leadership were considered second to none.

Raina, an explosive left-handed batsman, was also regarded as one of the best fielders in the Indian squad. Many former and current players including wished luck to the duo for their future endeavours.

Dhoni and Raina currently involved in the CSK training camp ahead of IPL 2020. All eyes will be on Dhoni to lead CSK to their fourth IPL title in the much-awaited IPL 2020 in UAE. Dhoni, along with his CSK teammates, is slated to fly to the UAE on August 21 after finishing their training camp at MA Chidambaram stadium.

1. Mohammad Kaif wishes Suresh Raina on his retirement

2. Mohammed Shami wishes Suresh Raina a happy second innings

3. Sandeep Sharma thanks MS Dhoni for the cricket memories

4. Parthiv Patel lauds MS Dhoni for a fantastic career

5. Mohammad Nabi pays tribute to MS Dhoni

6. Rishabh Pant pays tribute to ‘legend’ MS Dhoni

7. Sanju Samson thanks ‘Mahi’ for everything

8. Washington Sundar congratulates Suresh Raina for having a top career

9. Yuzvendra Chahal wishes luck to ‘Mahi bhai’ for his second innings

10. Hassan Ali reacts to ‘legend’ MS Dhoni’s retirement

11. Virat Kohli pens down a message for MS Dhoni

12. KL Rahul thanks MS Dhoni for his guidance and support

13. Hardik Pandya pays tribute to MS Dhoni

14. Ravi Shastri reminisces MS Dhoni’s 2011 World Cup-winning six

15. S. Badrinath pays tribute to his former teammates– MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina