Cricketing trends in social media today

Here's a look at what the cricketing fraternity has been up to.

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Stephen Fleming of New Zealand. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

The cricketing trends in social media today saw the cricketers from all over the world interact with their followers across social media platforms. Twitter flooded in with support for victims of the Manchester attack. Shahid Afridi, Alex Tudor, Tim Brenan, Darren Gough, Isa Guha and Andrew Flintoff joined hand to offer their condolences to the family of the victims in the attack.

Brad Hogg summed up his experience in the IPL perfectly while sharing a memorable quote. Luke Wright found yet another facet of the game as he thought he was hard done by. Ben Stokes shared a hilarious picture of James Taylor tagging himself in his own story. Jos Buttler congratulated Marcus Trescothick for his 50th century in first-class cricketer. Meanwhile, Stephen Fleming bids adieu to the country praising his Pune colleagues.


Jason Kejza posted a picture of him spending some quality time with family. Indian fans could witness the mutual admiration Sachin Tendulkar and Harsha Bhogle have for each other. Let us look at some of the highlights of cricketing trends in social media today.

1. “It’s not work when it’s your passion”- Brad Hogg

2. Luke Wright sees the lighter side of play today

3. Stokes trolls James Taylor

Great work tagging your self in your own Story @jamestaylor20 #himynamesjames

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4. Jos Buttler congratulates Trescothick for his feat in FC cricket

5. RPS coach bid farewell to India

6. Jason Krejza spending quality time with family

7. Harsha Bhogle and Sachin Tendulkar can’t wait for the release of the biopic

8. Alex Tudor praying for Manchester victims

9. Darren Gough shocked hearing about the attack

10. Darren Lehmann upvoting for World peace

11. Isa Guha also prays for Manchester

12. Freddy wakes up to the sad news

13. Afridi offered his condolences to the families of the victims 

14. Tim Bresnan concerned about the victims of the attack

15. Interesting take on anti-terrorism from Vaughan