Cricketing trends in Twitter today

Cricketing trends in Twitter today

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Harbhajan Singh. (Photo Source: Twitter)

With the BBL happening every evening, it almost impossible to keep Twitter from buzzing. Today, the Sydney Thunder registered the first win after four straight losses in a row. They defeated Melbourne Stars by six wickets to earn their first points. The win was a breather for them. The match, however, was an absolute thriller which saw Eoin Morgan finishing it with a six off the last ball.

This obviously had everyone jumping off the seats and reacting in awe. Graeme Swann was one among the thousands and seemed to have thoroughly enjoyed the match. Dwayne Bravo, the Melbourne Renegades star, today shared an update with his followers through a video message. The all-rounder underwent a surgery yesterday. On a brighter note, Anil Kumble and Ian Botham were enjoying early morning bliss. While Kumble was smelling the freshness of the mist, Botham was soaking the sweet sunshine at the beach.

The Pathan brothers – Irfan and Yusuf spent the day outdoors. Pathan Jr. enjoyed the hospitality of Udaipur while Yusuf was witnessing football action at an event. Harbhajan fell in love with a cake and was wondering whether to cut it or keep it with him.

1. We miss you at the helm, MS 

2. Get well soon, Champion

3. A vacation well spent in Udaipur

4. Yusuf Pathan engages in some football action 

5. Early morning mist and cup fo chai. Into the heaven!

6. Gujarat goes to the final with a roar!!

7. Jonny Bairstow went Horse riding today

8. Just a few people discussing cricket in their backyard

9. He is furious it seems…

10. MOhamamd Yousuf with his kids

11. What a Feeeeeling!!!!. Last ball thrillers always pump the blood

12. Jarrod Kimber would quote – “Cricket with balls”

13. Let’s not trouble the innocents

14. Harbhajan seems confused whether to it or put it in his showcase

15. Another beautiful start to the day

16. Life is a party and Universe Boss doesn’t care about you !!!

17. Cuddly Walsh happy to go back to work after a good break