Cricketing Trends in social media today

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

Moeen Ali of England
Joe Root and Moeen Ali of England leave the field after England win the 1st Test match. (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 platforms. Kevin O’ Brien applauded the onslaught of Evin Lewis against India. Stuart Broad explained a very good week for him, Northants and England by posting a couple of pictures on Instagram. Michael Vaughan enjoyed England’s win over arch rivals Australia more than that of South Africa.

Isa Guha congratulated the two captains after wins against Australia and South Africa. David Miller and AB de Villiers tried to motivate their boys after a demotivating loss. Pommie Mbabngwa expected better out of the South African side, to say the least. Yusuf Pathan tried to bring out the singer in his brother Irfan Pathan. Manu fan Mahela Jayawardena provided his take on Wayne Rooney’s transfer back to Everton.


Kagiso Rabada found support in David Warner who felt the pacer was unlucky to be suspended for a match. Harbhajan Singh and Sachin Tendulkar wished their teachers on the auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima. Jason Gillespie and Dean Jones tried to make valid points about two distinct issues. That said, let us look at the cricketing trends in social media today.

1. Stuart Broad summed up a glorious week

2. Warner thought Rabada was unlucky

3. David Miller tries to console his boys

4. AB de Villiers tries to do the same

5. Isa Guha congratulates Root and Knight

6. Pommie Mbangwa thought the match would have been closer 

7. Yusuf praises brother Irfan for his singing

8. Mahela Jayawardena on Rooney’s departure from Old Trafford

9. Woakes on the mic with James Taylor

10. Valid point made by Jones

11. Dizzy thinks Ali the batsman eclipses Ali the bowler

12. Sachin thanking Ramakant Achrekar on Guru Poornima

13. Bhajji doing the same

14. Michael Vaughan preferred the win over Aus than South Africa

15. Kevin O’Brien applauding Lewi’s innings