Cricketing trends in Twitter today

Cricketing trends in Twitter today

IPL was in the air as the Cricketing trends in Twitter blew up with tweets from all over the world. First, it was Harbhajan Singh and Mumbai Indians teammate Kieron Pollard who swapped faces in a selfie. A tweet from David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd followed as he was about to be interviewed. David Willey was happy to head back to England despite falling tantalizingly short of the World T20 title. Alan Butcher gave his opinion on the appointment of Sarfraz Ahmed while Damien Martyn called for Marlon Samuels and Shane Warne to hug and make-up and to keep their differences aside. That said, here are the best trends in the Cricketing trends in Twitter today.

1. Harbhajan Singh and Kieron Pollard swap styles during the Mumbai Indians camp

2. Kylyl Clarke and Michael Clarke launch the ‘True to you album’

3. Karanveer Singh underlined his respect for the West Indies following their World T20 win

4. Ian Bishop picks out the best moments in the commentary box during the World T20

5. Bumble seems to be gearing up for a much-awaited interview

6. Sourav Ganguly delivered his vote of thanks after successfully hosting the World T20 final

7. Glenn Maxwell relives the World T20 in India

8. David Willey reminisces an eventful winter following on his way back to England

9. Former England pacer Kabir Ali goes back to school

10. Damien Martyn wants Marlon Samuels and Shane Warne to kiss and make up

11. Denesh Ramdin cannot wait to get back to the Caribbean

12. Alan Butcher gives his comments after Pakistan announce Sarfraz Ahmed as the T20 skipper

13. Simon Jones mows down a rugby pillow ‘as hard as he could’

14. Lendl Simmons reviews a great piece of journalism on the Windies cricket team

15. Adam Gilchrist wishes Sam Betts the best of luck after her scholarship was approved

16. Chris Gayle seems happy to take a much-needed break from cricket

17. Kevin Pietersen seems angered at the Indian traffic

18. Shane Warne just burst Kevin Pietersen’s bubble over something