How To Follow The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 On Twitter
India’s captain Virat Kohli, third right, and teammates attend a training session at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff, England. (Source: PTI)

How To Follow The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 On Twitter

The only way to follow a cricket match, not long ago, was on television, with perspective on the game delivered by the commentators. It’s a different world now.

While you may not watch every match this ICC Cricket World Cup, here are the social media accounts and hashtags you need to follow to help you keep updated.

1. Harsha Bhogle

Twitter Account: @bhogleharsha

Probably the most obvious choice on the list. The commentator and journalist has more than 8 million followers on the social media platform and insights on teams and players’ performance trends.

2. Michael Vaughan

Twitter Account: @MichaelVaughan

Michael Paul Vaughan is the former captain of the English cricket team and is now a commentator. Nearly 1.1 million people follow him.

3. Kevin Pietersen

Twitter Account: @KP24

The former English batsman and off spinner has 3.8 million followers. If you’re wondering what to expect, it’s a lot of jokes and rooting for England.

4. Nasser Hussain

Twitter Account: @nassercricket

Another former cricketer from the English Cricket team, Nasser was also the captain between 1999 and 2003. Now a commentator, he is asking all the real questions.

5. Sourav Ganguly

Twitter Account: @SGanguly99

Sourav Chandidas Ganguly, affectionately known as Dada, has nearly four million followers. Currently appointed as the president of the Cricket Association of Bengal and president of the Editorial Board with Wisden India, he led the Indian cricket team between 2000 and 2005.

6. Ayaz Memon

Twitter Account: @cricketwallah

The Indian cricket commentator, journalist, columnist and lawyer has 637,000 followers on Twitter and is known as one of the most important voices on the sport today. Don’t believe us? Ask Hasan Minaj.

7. Isa Guha

Twitter Account: @isaguha

Isa Tara Guha is an English television and radio cricket broadcaster and formerly played for the English cricket team during the 2005 and 2009 World Cups. Her team won the 2009 edition of the tournament. She has 113,000 followers.

8. Mohandas Menon

Twitter Account: @mohanstatsman

Menon is the one to follow for those looking for all kinds of statistics on the game. At least 261,000 followers seem to agree.

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