Cricketing Trends on Social Media Today
Here's a sneak peek into what the cricketing fraternity has been up to.
Published - Jan 17, 2018 8:59 pm | Updated - Jan 17, 2018 11:10 pm
The cricketing trends on social media today saw the cricketers from all over the world interact with their followers across platforms. Kyle Jarvis was thrilled after winning a close encounter against Sri Lanka in the ongoing tri-series in Bangladesh. Kieron Pollard was all set for the new season in 2018, maybe he is getting ready to play IPL later in the year. Abhay Sharma, the fielding coach of India U19, was excited to train with the youngsters along with the coach Rahul Dravid.
Gautam Gambhir voiced his support in favour of Indian team after losing the series against South Africa on Wednesday. Mahela Jayawardene enjoyed playing Golf during his recent visit to Dubai. Michael Vaughan was happy after Ben Stokes was allowed to play for England even after being charged in Bristol brawl on Tuesday. Adam Hollioake was happy after drinking coffee at the right time. Anjum Chopra congratulated both U19 and senior teams of South Africa for winning their respective matches on the day comprehensively.
Harbhajan Singh clicked a wonderful picture with IPL trophy ahead of the mega auctions. Kevin Pietersen was sad after his family left for London after enjoying a good time with him in Australia. Shoaib Malik informed his followers that he was fine after suffering from concussion in the 4th ODI against New Zealand. Faf du Plessis has his say on the controversial dismissal in the ongoing U19 World Cup in New Zealand. David Warner thanked Barmy Army as his daughter sung the song they sang during the Ashes.
1. Amla’s message for Ngidi
Congrats @NgidiLungi on a star performance bro and a big thank you to the fans. Much love ❤
— hashim amla (@amlahash) January 17, 2018
2. Pollard set for new season
3. India U19 ready for training
— Abhay Sharma (@Im_AbhaySharma) January 17, 2018
4. Gambhir in his support for Team India
Its time to show support for Indian team and not being over-the-top critical. This was the team that had such a fabulous run, two games don’t make them bad. Rather than being severe on our boys, let’s just give credit to d opposition @BCCI. Simple: Well played @OfficialCSA
— Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) January 17, 2018
5. Mahela plays golf
A post shared by Mahela Jayawardena (@mahela27) on
6. Vaughan opines
Think it’s a right decision to allow @benstokes38 to start playing for England again .. What I don’t understand is why wait till NZ !!?? Why not allow him to join the squad in Aussie and play the 2 T20 games !!??
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) January 17, 2018
7. Happy Adam
When you call your barista a “one trick pony” cos he always makes a love heart on top of your coffee….
This is actually meant to be the bird ??it isn’t meant to be a c&@k ? thus backing up my point that he is indeed a one trick pony!!! ? pic.twitter.com/QRsP6PLfA0
— Adam Hollioake (@adamhollioake) January 17, 2018
8. Chopra congratulates South Africa
— Anjum Chopra (@chopraanjum) January 17, 2018
9. Bhajji with trophy
— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) January 17, 2018
10. Gutted KP
11. Malik informs
Alhumdulilah I’m feeling great, the ball that hit me is in critical condition tho ?
Thank u dosto for all the wishes, messages, and tweets. Please remember me in your Duas ??
— Shoaib Malik (@realshoaibmalik) January 17, 2018
12. Du Plessis has his say
This is a absolute joke…not in the spirit of the game .I have done this almost a 100 times. https://t.co/nX0KUJ9PI4
— Faf Du Plessis (@faf1307) January 17, 2018
13. Warner thanks Barmy Army
A post shared by David Warner (@davidwarner31) on
14. Lala tweets
A true champion of all & a real legend of hope for humanity across the globe, one of the greatest sportsmen ever Muhammad Ali & he said "Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth"@SAFoundationN on a mission to serve humanity as together we are #HopeNotOut pic.twitter.com/QeGpYAxY0F
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) January 17, 2018
15. Moody meets the Wall
A post shared by Tom Moody (@tommoodycricket) on