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Twitter reactions to England’s series win

Tweets of the week

  • England

    Tweets of the week: #RIPTheGreatest

    Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali passed away at the aged of 74, and cricketers tweeted their thoughts about 'The Greatest', with India's players particularly vocal on social media.

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  • England

    Twitter reacts to Taylor’s shock retirement

    The news of England batsman James Taylor's forced retirement came as a massive shock, and the cricket world reacted online within minutes.

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  • Afghanistan

    Twitter reacts: #RIPMartinCrowe

    New Zealand great Martin Crowe passed away after a long battle with cancer, and the great and good of the game reacted in their droves.

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  • News

    Watch! Steyn and co. go shark cage diving

    South Africa's cricketers enjoyed a day off this week and spent it not on the golf course, but rather on the high seas, going shark cage diving in Hermanus.

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  • News

    Tweets of the Week: Rabadabadooo!

    Though SA paceman Kagiso Rabada has been on the scene for a while, his maiden Test five-fer set the Twittering tongues wagging.

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  • News

    Tweets of the Week: Temba’s historic ton

    South Africans, and cricket fans in general, reacted with delight when Proteas batsman Temba Bavuma recorded his century at Newlands.

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  • England

    Tweets of the Week: Spicy Stokes’ 200

    England all-rounder Ben Stokes left everyone open-mouthed in Cape Town as he blasted his way to a maiden double century off 163 balls.

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  • News

    Twitter reacts to Van Schoor’s passing

    Namibia batsman Raymond van Schoor passed away on Friday, with the news breaking overnight, and Twitter reacted with sadness, especially the South Africa players.

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  • Australia

    Tweets of the Week: #ThanksMitch

    Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has announced his retirement from international and first class cricket, and reactions on Twitter were swift, from the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and AB de Villiers, to name a new.

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  • India

    Twitter reacts: #ThankYouSehwag

    India batting legend Virender Sehwag announced his international retirement on Tuesday, and Twitter reacted accordingly, with nary a negative word to say about 'Viru'.

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