Cricketing Trends on Social Media today

Cricketing Trends on Social Media today

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

Chaminda Vaas
Chaminda Vaas. (Photo by Matthew Lewis-IDI/IDI via Getty Images)

The cricketing trends on social media revolved around a number of events. Prior to the third Test between India and England to be played at the Motera, Hardik Pandya posted a picture with his son Agastya enjoying in swimming pool. Sri Lanka cricketer Dhammika Prasad retired recently from the sport and today, thanked Virender Sehwag for posting a message in a video for him. He also Sehwag for his exceptional batting skills.

The fourth Test will also take place in Ahmedabad. India are currently leading the series after winning the second Test at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. Meanwhile, a controversy has erupted regarding Sri Lanka Cricket as Chaminda Vaas has stepped down from his position of a bowling coach and also gave the clarification in his tweet.

England Woman cricketer Danielle Wyatt posted a video of her batting in the nets ahead of the much-awaited return to cricket for them with an ODI series. England and New Zealand are set to face each other in the ODI series from February 23 and both teams will hope that they put their best foot forward ahead of the Women’s 50-over World Cup next year.

1. Mustafizur Rahman poses for a picture

2. Dhammika Prasad thanked Virender Sehwag 

3. Aakash Chopra posts a throwback picture from the Vijay Hazare Trophy

4. Chaminda Vaas steps down as Sri Lanka bowling coach

5. Michael Vaughan wishes his fans a very good morning 

6. Danielle Wyatt practising in New Zealand 

7. Shane Warne congratulates New Zealand on their thumping victory against Australia 

8. Ramiz Raja at the National Stadium in Karachi during the PSL

9. Hardik Pandya enjoying with his baby boy

10. Bradd Hogg feels Mitchell Marsh can stake a claim back into the Australia team for the T20 World Cup in India 

11. Iqbal Abdullah training hard 

12. Dhammika Prasad thanks Sri Lanka cricket after his retirement from international cricket

13. Ravi Ashwin impressed with Devon Conway’s knock at the Hagley Oval 

14. Scott Styris impressed with the pool of talent in the New Zealand setup

15. Harbhajan Singh flourishing in his zone