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.

Oshane Thomas
Oshane Thomas. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

Most of the cricketing trends on Friday clearly revolved around the World Cup 2019. Windies met Pakistan in Match 2 of the tournament and this game created several headlines. Pakistan only managed to score 104 runs in this game – their second lowest score in a World Cup game and were completely outdone by a barrage of bouncers. Shahid Afridi and Dean Jones said that there is still hope left for the team and wanted the fans to keep backing them.

Ramiz Raja, on the other hand, expressed his frustration and added he didn’t know how to react to this batting performance. Azhar Ali had some words of motivation for his team. Former Windies pacer Ian Bishop was jubilated after this victory and tweeted that he didn’t expect the game to finish so quickly. Meanwhile, Michael Vaughan tweeted that he wouldn’t mind Windies lifting the World Cup in case England fails to do so.

Since there is a lot of time left for their first game, Team India members enjoyed an off-day. They were involved in a team bonding session and participated in several fun activities. Yuzvendra Chahal posted a picture on the social media platform with some of his teammates. Ravi Shastri also took it to Twitter to share a picture along with the other support staff as he spent some quality time in the woods.

1. Hope not out, tweets Shahid Afridi after the loss

2. Suryakumar Yadav picks his top-four for World Cup 2019

3. Ramiz Raja frustrated after the loss against Windies

4. Aakash Chopra reckons Windies will be one of the most entertaining sides in the World Cup 2019

5. Bonding time for the Indian cricketers with some fun activities

6. Dean Jones urges the fans to back the Pakistan team

7. Much quicker than anyone of us thought Bishop!

8. Azhar Ali has a motivational message for Pakistan cricket team

9, RP Singh feels that Chris Gayle will inspire the young Windies squad with his heroics

10. Ravi Shastri spent time in the woods along with the support staff

11. If not England, then Windies

12. Yuzvndra Chahal enjoyed the off-day with his mates

13. Subramaniam Badrinath churns out some facts about England

14. Wriddhiman Saha glad to see the progress women’s cricket is making in the country

15. You are a human, not a tempo