The Buzz: It's a bird, it's a plane, it's low-flying Jonty Rhodes
All the bantz, the jousts, and little bit of eavesdropping from the social media playground and beyond
All the world's cricketers walked into a bar. The LOLs, the chatter, and the occasional mini-brawls, they were endless. And the news cycle was never the same again! Welcome to ESPNcricinfo's Social Buzz, your go-to destination for all the bantz, the jousts, and little bit of eavesdropping from the social media playground and beyond.
He's still got it - the fleet feet, the magic hands… just maybe not the same height on liftoff. Jonty Rhodes himself is not impressed.
Alyssa Healy has a freaky Friday moment
The Coronavirus pandemic has hit sports hard across the world, forcing players to play to empty stadiums - or, as Alyssa Healy calls it, just another day in women's cricket. Except this time around it's the women with the record breaking attendance the men who're getting a feel of what the women's games are like, and she's really seeing the mirth in it.
Sachin brings all the grannies to the yard
… and they're like this cricket is better than yours. A Twitter user posted an adorable picture of his grandmother who had come out of her cricket-(watching) retirement to watch another retired star play.
No day like a holi-day
The Indian team has a short break before the South Africa series kicks off and most of them are celebrating the festival of Holi with family.
The Pandya brothers are with their SOs.
Deepak Chahar is celebrating it with his dad, and… himself?
Virat Kohli just wants everyone to have a good time .
And Harbhajan Singh's daughter has him a little stumped with her pichkari.
"I am absolutely spewing about (missing the post-game concert) because I had to do a drugs test," Haynes told SEN 1116 radio station. "The rest of my team-mates got up on stage... I saw the photos [after] and the doctor came in and said, 'How good was it getting up and stage' and I said, 'Are you kidding me?'"