Cricketing trends in Twitter today

Cricketing trends in Twitter today

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Mushfiqur Rahim. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Cricketing trends in today was flooded with congratulatory tweets to Cheteshwar Pujara and Wriddhimana Saha who played an exceptional brand of cricket against Australia on Day 4 of the 3rd test which has put the hosts in a dominating position in the penultimate Test of the series.

Dean Jones hailed Pujara for his knock and said he hasn’t seen a modern day cricketer batting putting such a huge price on his wicket. While South African limited overs captain AB de Villiers is looking forward to launching his new app, Mark Butcher feels the 3rd Test will be another crackerjack of a match between India and Australia.

While Harbhajan lauded Pujara and Wriddhiman Saha for their marathon partnership which consumed 77.4 overs, Mushfiqur Rahim shared a picture of himself after Bangladesh scripted history and defeated Bangladesh for the very first time in their Test cricket history.

That said here we have a look at some of the best tweets from today’s edition of cricketing trends

1. Dean Jones hails Cheteshwar Pujara after his marathon knock 

2. First set of clubs for Layton- Ben Stokes 

3. AB de Villiers looking forward to launching his new app

4. Looks like being another cracking Test- Mark Butcher 

5. Harbhajan Singh hails Pujara and Wriddhi for their exceptional knocks 

6. Honoured an Excited to finish my Career with some Testimonial Celebrations- Ryan Sidebottom 

7. Niall O’Brien- Back to winning ways today

8. Come on #ManUtd I’m up early to see this win- Chris Gayle 

9. After winning the historic test match vs Srilanka- Mushfiqur Rahim 

10. Helluva run from England Rugby until yesterday- Kevin Pietersen 

11. Michael Vaughan had a poor weekend

12. Mahela Jayawardena congratulates Bangladesh for their exceptional come from behind victory 

13. Irfan Pathan believes India will be winning the 3rd Test 

14. James Taylor had a wonderful night at the Sutton Club in Barcelona 

15. Yusuf Pathan will continue to support the wildlife of India and urges us to do the same