Today we search the twitter accounts of top cricketers to find out the most followed IPL 2021 Cricketers. While the Indian Premier League has been the most popular league across the globe, it has also brought the best cricketers from across the globe to play together or play against each other in one more format. Social media following is an indicator of interactions with fans and general public of these cricketers. Here we look at the top 5 most followed IPL 2021 cricketers.
One of the most touted all-rounder prospects coming from India of late, Hardik Himanshu Pandya would show his batting prowess in all three formats, addition to this would be his bowling. The Mumbai Indians Cricketer would have some fitness issues limiting his bowling. Pandya, however, is among the most followed IPL 2021 cricketers as he has a following of 7 millions on Twitter, 11 Millions over Facebook and 19.3 millions on his Instagram. In the IPL 2020, Hardik scored 281 runs off 14 matches in a title winning season of his franchise team; he wouldn’t bowl in the season.
One of key members of Indian Limited overs cricket team of a few months back, Suresh Kumar Raina would hit some high and handsome sixes, stop 20 odd runs in the field and occasionally pick wickets as an off break bowler. The Chennai Super Kings Cricketer would be called Chinna Thala by the Chennai based team’s fans. Raina would also feature among the most followed IPL 2021 cricketers with a following of 17.5 millions on Twitter, 6 millions over Facebook and 19.1 millions on his Instagram. In the IPL 2019, Suresh scored 383 runs off 17 matches in a season his franchise team would finish as runners up.
One of the most prolific scorers of Indian Cricket team, Rohit Gurunath Sharma has 3 ODI double centuries to flaunt in his career statistics. The Mumbai Indians Skipper would lead some trophy winning seasons for his franchise. Sharma would be listed among the most followed IPL 2021 cricketers with a following of 19.3 millions on Twitter, 20 millions over Facebook and 20.6 millions on his Instagram. In the IPL 2020, Rohit scored 332 runs off 12 matches in a title winning season of his franchise team; he would score three fifty plus scores with 80 as his best.
One of the most successful captains of recent years, Mahendra Singh Dhoni would have led his franchise, Chennai Super Kings, to multiple Indian Premier League titles. The CSK Skipper and the most loved Indian Captain would be among the most followed IPL 2021 cricketers with a followers count of 8.2 millions on Twitter, 27 millions over Facebook and 35.2 millions on Instagram. In the IPL 2020, Dhoni’s team performed badly and he scored 200 runs off 14 matches with a 47 not out as his best in the season.
One of the most consistent run-scorers of current generations cricket, Virat Kohli, is still to achieve much more as an IPL Cricketer. The Royal Challengers Bangalore Cricketer would have a few seasons of prominence as a batsman, but the title win at the league would elude him.
Kohli would lead the list of the most followed IPL 2021 cricketers as he would have support of 43.7 millions fans on Twitter, 48 millions over Facebook and 157 millions on his Instagram as he would be leading all cricketers in these statistics like some of his batting records. In the IPL 2020, Kohli scored 466 runs off 15 matches including 3 fifties for his franchise.
These were the cricketers, all Indians, among the IPL Cricketers, who have had the support of the largest fan base across their social media handles. While a few cricketers among these have been present at YouTube, Snapchat, TikTok, etc, the listed cricketers, the most popular social media has these statistics. Hope you liked the content. Don’t forget to put in your thoughts and questions as comments.
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