Cricketing Trends on Social Media today

Cricketing Trends on Social Media today

Here's how the cricketers spent their day on Twitter and Instagram today.

Liton Das
Liton Das and his wife Sonchita. (Photo Source: Instagram)

The cricketing trends on social media revolved around a number of events. On Thursday, May 28, the Bengalis around the world celebrate ‘Jamai Shoshti’ where the Bengal’s son-in-law gets to come closer to the family in a traditional way. Earlier this year, Liton Das of Bangladesh tied the knots with Debasri Biswas Sonchita after he took a break from the tour of Sri Lanka last July. Both of them uploaded adorable pictures where some delicious food was presented to Liton. Before the 2019 World Cup, the duo got married and are currently spending their time in lockdown owing to the coronavirus pandemic across the globe.

Indian women’s prodigy Smriti Mandhana uploaded a picture where she was wearing a beautiful dress and a pretty smile. Shakib Al Hasan, the Bangladesh veteran, has been spending his time with his two daughters- Alaina and Errum. Recently, he became father to Errum with wife Umme Ahmed Shishir. Jemimah Rodrigues posted a picture from her childhood and called herself a caveman. She has also been hosting the show Double Trouble with teammate Mandhana.

England women’s Tammy Beaumont has been working out of her skin to keep herself fit in the lockdown phase. Virender Sehwag, the former Indian cricketer, was busy preparing some meal for the ones affected in the coronavirus pandemic. He also conjured praises from Harbhajan Singh. Australia’s Peter Siddle has bid goodbye to his domestic side Victoria Bushrangers after serving them for 16 long years. Pakistan women’s Kainat Imtiaz had a hilarious video to share in lockdown.

1. Liton Das celebrating his first Jamai Shoshti 

2. A drop-dead gorgeous Smriti Mandhana

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You're never fully dressed up without a smile😉

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3. Shakib Al Hasan with Alaina and Errum

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My diamonds ❤❤ @alayna_1508

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4. A young and fun-loving Jemimah Rodrigues

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Kabhi kabhi lagta hai apun hi Caveman hai

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5. David Warner turns Baahubali

6. Gautam Gambhir’s words of wisdom

7.  Tammy Beaumont training hard in lockdown

8. Virender Sehwag preparing food for the needy

9. Brendon McCullum delighted to be back

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Good to be back. Bit rusty though! 🤨🏉

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10. Suresh Raina all geared up in protection

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HOW IT GOES – In New Delhi, in osteopaths in combination At a time when life resumes in public places, around the world of deconfinement. In New Delhi, transport and shopping have resumed but for some professions, it is more complicated. This is the case of physiotherapists and osteopaths, who must follow draconian hygienic measures. In India, New Delhi has slowly started its deconfinement. Most public transport works again, as do most shops, but certain professions are much more exposed, such as physiotherapists, who have to manipulate their patient's body. Some returned to work, but sometimes dressed in full equipment and with drastic hygiene measures. 1- Preparation Saif Hassan Naqvi, physiotherapist in southern New Delhi, puts on a full protective suit every morning. He also added shoe covers, a visor, glasses and a mask, as well as gloves. Between each patient, he also spends 15 minutes disinfecting the entire room with alcoholic product – from the floor where the person walked, to the surfaces, to the door handles and of course, his own suit. Dr. Naqvi then changes his gloves and the protection of the work table. The price of all this equipment has increased sharply lately (up to five times for gloves), due to the increase in demand, and it spends around 20 euros per day on this equipment. An amount that he recovers by increasing the price of his consultations. 2- The consultation Dr. Naqvi treats politicians and cricketers on the national team, like this patient, who plays in the under-19 squad: Everyone is afraid in this situation. But he takes so many precautions that we trust him. This osteopath therefore decided to resume before his colleagues, for the most urgent needs. His protective suit, one size, is however too small for this man of almost two meters, and this restricts his movements. It is also very hot inside, and it was very difficult to support during the first days, especially when this Muslim fasted for Ramadan. We had to get used to it, put in more air conditioning and ventilation. “At the beginning, I collapsed with fatigue at the end of the day. Now I turn on the fan and the air conditioning, it helps. Most importantly, the glov

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11. Kainat Imtiaz’s hilarious message in lockdown

12. Ajinkya Rahane stuck between Chai and Coffee

13. Shikhar Dhawan on International Yoga Day

14. Tymal Mills having some new Coffee

15. Peter Siddle bids Victoria Bushrangers goodbye

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The end of an era. Sad my time at @vicstatecricket has come to an end after 16 great, successful years. It’s been an amazing ride and an absolute honour to play for my home state for so long. At the same time, I’m excited to be starting my new journey with @crickettas and exploring new opportunities in my cricket. I’m looking forward to seeing what the next few years brings in the Apple Isle. Thanks to all my teammates, coaches, support staff and everyone else involved in Cricket Victoria during my time there. It’s been a privilege to wear the big V for so long and play alongside so many talented players who I’m now lucky enough to call my mates. Onto the next chapter 🙌🏻💙

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