Cricketing trends in Twitter today

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Cricketing TrendsThe Cricketing trends in Twitter began with former Australian captains Mark Taylor and Michael Clarke enjoying the World T20 studios together. However, despite that, Anil Kumble touched a million hearts on Twitter after he lauded Harbhajan Singh on 18 years of service for the Indian cricket team. This was preceded by a tweet from Harbhajan himself, thanking everyone for their hearty congratulations. Fast bowlers Pommie Mbangwa and Shaun Pollock took to Twitter to wish one and all a happy Easter with the latter tweeting a verse from the Bible. While Simon Jones lauded the impressive batting from Sharjeel Khan, Chris Rogers took a moment to laud Shane Watson on an impressive innings and a glorious career for the Aussies. Watson will retire from all forms of international cricket following the end of World T20.

1. Michael Clarke enjoying the company of former Australia skipper Mark Taylor

2. Pommie Mbangwa wishes everyone for Easter

3. David Willey wishes all Indians a Happy Holi in front of the Taj Mahal

4. Chris Rogers congratulates former team-mate Shane Watson on a wonderful career

5. Simon Jones cannot get enough of Sharjeel Khan

6. Mark Butcher tweets his newest soundtrack

7. Lendl Simmons looks for positives despite the West Indies eves loss

8. Anil Kumble congratulates his once partner in crime Harbhajan Singh on 18 years of service for Indian cricket

9. Harbhajan Singh takes a moment to reflect on 18 years of service

10. Yuvraj Singh celebrates and wishes everyone for Holi

11. Zaheer Khan lauds Australia following their win over Pakistan

12. Virat Kohli is saddened by the demise of former Dutch football sensation Johan Cryuff

13. Shaun Pollock celebrates Easter with a quote from the Bible

14. Kevin Pietersen takes the time to laud a mouth artist

15. Ajinkya Rahane tweets his feelings following an intense workout

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