Cricketing Trends on Social Media today

Here's a look at the way the prominent cricketers spent their day on social media.

Wasim Akram
Wasim Akram. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The cricketing trends on social media today saw the cricketers from all over the world interact with their followers across platforms. Adam Gilchrist admired the picture of Darren Lehmann and his support staff colleague having a beer after their resounding victory against England in the second Ashes Test. Jonty Rhodes went past the Everest while travelling from the plane on his way to the conference. Saeed Ajmal was excited to play the Afro T20 league in Uganda and posted a selfie with his teammates.

Harbhajan Singh and Rohit Sharma saluted he spirits of the Indian Armed Forces on Armed Forces Flag Day.  Darren Sammy was excited to see that the defending champions Peshawar Zalmi will play the first game of the next season. Lisa Sthalekar was excited for the third season of the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) commencing from December 9. Mitchell McClenaghan was excited to kick off the new summer with his new pair of shoes. Wasim Akram was happy after enjoying his dinner with his close buddies on a wintry night.


Russel Arnold was confident of Sri Lanka playing better in the shorter formats in their ongoing tour of India. David Warner was off to some exciting onsite work as he is enjoying the break between the two Ashes matches. Prof. Dean Jones had an interesting question for the organisers who scheduled the Ashes series. Liam Plunkett was delighted after being picked for the ODI series against Australia in January down under. Darren Sammy was sleeping with his cute child and had a wonderful message for him.

1. Confident Arnold

2. Sammy sleeping with his son

3. Gilly admires

4. Sammy excited for PSL

5. Rhodes’ Everest view

6. Ajmal in Uganda

7. Sthalekar excited for WBBL

8. Armed Forces Flag Day

9. Mitch’s new shoes

10. Congrats Vinay Kumar

11. Akram smiling

12. Davey onsite

13. Plunkett in England ODI side

14. Warney can’t wait

15. Deano’s interesting take