Cricketing Trends on Social Media today

Cricketing Trends on Social Media today

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

Sam Curran and Tom Curran
Sam Curran and Tom Curran. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The cricketing trends on the social media revolved around a number of incidents. Former Pakistani cricketer expressed his concerns for the Pakistan cricket team after it lost three rating points in ICC rankings following their poor performance in the Asia Cup. Harbhajan Singh questioned the selectors’ decision after Rohit Sharma wasn’t picked for India’s two-match Test series against the Windies.

Suresh Raina reckons India are still straining to find their feet as far as dealing with pollution is concerned. Former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi is all to take part in the UAE T20X, which starts on December. Afghanistan leg-break bowler Rashid Khan was over the moon after he made progress in the ICC rankings on the backs of his incredible sho in the recently concluded Asia Cup.

Brendon McCullum wished New Zealand top-order batsman Martin Guptill on his 32nd birthday. Tom Curran posted a picture along with younger brother Sam Curran before leaving for Sri Lanka. English limited-overs opening batsman Jason Roy also can’t wait for the Lankan series to get underway.

Cricketer turned commentator Russel Arnold was busy watching a rugby match at the ANZ Stadium. Michael Vaughan was well and truly impressed by Ian James Poulter’s performance in the Ryder Cup.

1. Akhtar sends out a message for Indonesia earthquake victims

2. Harbhajan Singh is surprised by Rohit Sharma’s non-inclusion

3. Suresh Raina raises concerns over pollution in India

4. Steve Smith elated by Sydney Roosters’ win

5. Shahid Afridi to play T20x 

6. A privileged Rashid Khan

7. Dawlat Zadran with his Afghanistan teammates

8. Russel Arnold watching rugby match at ANZ Stadium

9. Tom and Sam Curran going to Sri Lanka 

10. Sachin Tendulkar meets a special person

11. Jason Roy honoured to represent England 

12. Brendon McCullum wishes Martin Guptill

13. Subramaniam Badrinath hails Mayank and Siraj

14. Micheal Vaughan and his bloody love

12. Murali Kartik awestruck by Justin Thomas

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