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Ashes 2017/18: Mitchell McCleneghan Wants Mitchell Johnson To Stop Tweeting 

Ashes 2017/18: Mitchell McCleneghan Wants Mitchell Johnson To Stop Tweeting
Mitchell Johnson during his farewell game.

Social media has become an integral part of a person’s life and is no different for cricketers who use it as a medium to connect with their fans and express their views and feelings. Cricketers use Twitter and Instagram to express their views on any mega events occurring in the world. What else could be as mega as the Ashes in the cricketing world? Cricketers from England and Australia look for dominance as claiming the Urn is their prime objective.

Mitchell Johnson
Mitchell Johnson took 37 wickets in 2013/14 Ashes to help Australia beat England 5-0. Image Courtesy: Getty Images

Hero of the 2013/14 Ashes series Mitchell Johnson who claimed 37 wickets in the last Ashes on Australian soil and single-handedly won the Ashes for the Aussies. Johnson scared the English batsmen with his fiery pace and his vintage moustache which he supported in the series. However, he retired after the 2015 cricket World Cup and is quite active on social media.

He has regularly been tweeting during the ongoing Ashes series is all praises for the Australian players. Australia has the upper hand in the current second Ashes Test in Adelaide. Shaun Marsh scored a brilliant century as the Aussies declared their first innings at 442/8. Tim Paine played a helping hand with 57 runs innings. England, on the other hand, is struggling on day three as they have been restricted to 226/8 by the Aussie quicks.

New Zealand’s Mitchell McClenaghan who plays for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League along with Johnson wishes the Aussie could come out of retirement and stop tweeting about the Ashes. The Kiwi wrote on his Twitter account, “Wish @MitchJohnson398 would stop tweeting about the ashes…. come out of retirement already bro! #AUSvsENG #bantsbrodonthurtme”

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