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.

Australian team
Australian team. (Photo Source: Twitter)

David Warner registered his first ODI century after his comeback into the Australian set-up. Both current and former cricketers applauded the left-hander for his effort. Former Australian head coach, Darren Lehmann seemed extremely happy with this hundred. RP Singh and Aakash Chopra also appreciated Warner’s efforts in their tweets.

In the same game, Babar Azam put up some classy stroke-making on display which truly mesmerised Herschelle Gibbs. The former South African cricketer thinks Azam can become the greatest Pakistan batsman ever. While Ramiz Raja absolutely rubbished the Pakistan fielding standards in this game, Michael Vaughan ridiculed the number of supporters Australia had in Taunton.

Meanwhile, in the head up to the game between India and New Zealand, Ross Taylor shared a picture from the press conference where he was having a good laugh. Indian skipper Virat Kohli shared a photo from the practice session. Subramaniam Badrinath seemed to be happy about the inclusion of Rishabh Pant in the Indian set-up. Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar took it to his social media platforms to wish Javed Miandad on his birthday.

1. Vaughan impressed by Finch’s captaincy

2. Dean Jones feels India and England as stand out favourites

3. Michael Vaughan ridicules the amount of support Australia has got in Taunton

4. Ross Taylor has a good laugh at the press conference ahead of the match against India

5. Virat Kohli shared a picture from the practice session

6. Subramaniam Badrinath happy with Rishabh Pant joining the Indian team in England

7. Former Australian head coach Darren Lehmann applauds David Warner after the wonderful ton

8. None of us has lost as much. Well played Warner!

9. Shoaib Akhtar wishes Javed Miandad on his birthday

10. Ramiz Raja rubbishes Pakistan’s fielding in the game against Australia

11. Make them earn knowledge, not money says Naman Ojha on the occasion of World Day against Child Labour

12. Brad Hogg catches up with his former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting in England

13. Lisa Sthalekar disappointed that there is no swing for the bowlers in favourable conditions

14. Michael Clarke relives the moment with Brendon McCullum


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15. Ian Bishop was pleased to witness some action after a couple of days