Cricketing Trends on social media today

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

Rohit Sharma. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The cricketing trends in social media today saw the cricketers from all over the world interact with their followers across platforms. The Proteas celebrated the South African Women’s day as wishes poured in from some of the most renowned cricketers in the country. Herschelle Gibbs had a special message for the ladies on the auspicious occasion. Pommie Mbangwa, Lonwabo Tsotsobe and Wayne Parnell also wished the womenfolk in their country on the occasion.

Wasim Akram could feel the Independence Day vibe beforehand in Pakistan while Azhar Mahmood felt glad to be back home to be present for the occasion along with family and friends. Gautam Gambhir let one and all know about the anniversary of the success of Quit India Movement and saluted the freedom fighter for their sacrifice and dedication. Ben Stokes took us back to where it all started for him Cockermouth Cricket Club.


Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma tried to troll Virat Kohli and co. as he uploaded the picture of him carried the WWE Championship. Shane Warne waited for his beard to come back as the vacation mode continued for Mohammad Hafeez as he was seen having a blast at St. Lucia. David Miller congratulated Wayne Dreamer for his creating history in 400m sprint. That said, let us look at the cricketing trends in social media today.

1. Waz could feel it coming

2. This is where it all began for Stokes

3. Wayne Parnell celebrates Women’s day

4. A special message from Gibbs

5. Wishes from Pommie Mbangwa

6. And Lonwabo Tsotsobe

7. Feels good to be back home for Azhar Mahmood

8. Mohammad Azharuddin announces the release of his game

9. Hitman shows who the real WWE Champion is

10. Shane Warne loves to sport the new bearded look

I think the beard has to come back !!!!!! Hahah

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11. Vacation never stopped for Hafeez after Austria

12. It was an important day in Kumble’s career

13. Gauti celebrates Kranti Diwas

14. Miller lauds Wayne Dreamer

15. Few wise words from the Turbanator