The weekly SK's cricket social media round-up: 25th Sept- 2nd Oct
Social media provides a wonderful platform for cricket stars to directly engage with their fans all over the world. So, we at Sportskeeda, decided to take a look at what your favourite cricketers have been doing or saying during the last week.
DK is being served ‘snakes’ in his hotel
Neglected by the selectors, wicket-keeper batsman Dinesh Karthik is travelling with Tamil Nadu ahead of the upcoming Ranji season. He posted this image on Twitter, highlighting the major gaffe in the hotel’s menu card.
Jai and Viru
Cricket presenter Jatin Sapru posted this dubsmash video, where he is seen imitating the famous Jai and Veeru Jodi from the iconic film Sholay alongside Virender Sehwag. Is it time for Viru to switch to Bollywood, maybe?
Sachin bleeds yellow
It’s football season with the Indian Super League starting, and Sachin Tendulkar, the co-owner of Kerala Blasters FC, is urging his team to make a come back this season. The Kerala Blasters FC had a pitiful 8th finish last season. Let's see how they fare this season.
Like father, like son
Dwayne Bravo is back home from Dubai where he was the only West Indies batsman to score consistently against the Pakistan bowling attack. And it seems he’s having a great time with his son, as his side fizzles against Pakistan.
Bopara gets some support
England allrounder seems to be a Manchester United fan, and he got some support when another Manchester United fan sent him a message.
I just got this sent from a Man Utd fan. pic.twitter.com/r5yi4KiDyT— Ravi Bopara (@ravibopara) October 2, 2016
Steyn’s niece is going to be a legend
Dale Steyn’s niece got into a wee bit of trouble in her school, which reminded Steyn’s sister of her brother. Steyn did not keep this cute chat with her sister a secret and tweeted the conversation. The fans don’t mind at all!
Chris Gayle can now party on the go
The fun just doesn’t seem to end for Chris Gayle, as he has now bought a party bus for himself. The maverick batsman can now party on the go!
Jimmy Neesham gives his expert opinion the US presidential debate
Jimmy Neeshan was clearly juggling between watching the Kanpur Test and the US presidential election. And it seems he wasn’t happy with the proceedings on both those events.
I "like" Clinton the way I would "like" getting kicked in the nuts if the only alternative was the planet entering a nuclear winter. https://t.co/Cv9775vHG6— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) September 27, 2016
If Kanpur roads were a person they'd be Donald Trump.— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) September 27, 2016