Cricketing Trends on social media today

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

Robin Uthappa Trends
Robin Uthappa. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The cricketing trends on social media today saw the cricketers from all over the world interact with their followers across platforms. Geoffrey Boycott offered his apologies for the racist remarks for the West Indian players. Kevin Pietersen backed Chris Gayle’s place in the One-Day outfit for West Indies. Usman Khawaja got hit by a hard hockey ball and posted about it on Instagram.

Harbhajan Singh congratulated recipients of Khel Ratna Award- Sardar Singh and Arjuna Award- Cheteshwar Pujara. Anjum Chopra wished her colleague of the ICC Champions Trophy commentary panel Alan Wilkins on his birthday. Shoaib Malik, Wasim Akram, and Shoaib Akhtar could not handle their emotions after anticipating cricket’s return to the country. Mahela Jayawardena seemed amped about the latest change in Sri Lanka’s domestic circuit.


Steve Smith celebrated after he brought up his 1 millionth follower on Twitter. Mumbai boys Sachin Tendulkar and Rohit Sharma professed about their noble causes. One about keeping the city clean while the other wanted to keep the ocean clean. Jonny Bairstow did not quite enjoy the Everton and Manchester City match, with players diving and wrestling. Robin Uthappa started to feel good about himself while Virender Sehwag congratulated Kidambi after his win. That said let us look at the cricketing trends on social media today.

1. Kevin Pietersen can’t wait to see Chris Gayle in action

2. Usman Khawaja got hit by a hockey ball

3. Harbhajan Singh all praises for Pujara and Sardar

4. Apologies from Boycott

5. Birthday wishes for Alan Wilkins

6. Shoaib Malik ecstatic about the return of international cricket in Pakistan

7. Even the legends too!

8. Shoaib Akhtar pleased with the recent developments

9. Mahela Jayawardena urges the board to introduce more youngsters

10. 1 million Twitter followers for Smudge

11. Hitman wants a healthy ocean

12. Master wants a clean city

13. Robin Uthappa back at it

14. Jonny Bairstow not amused with the play

15. Virender Sehwag lauds Kidambi