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ICC CWC 2019: Twitter reveals special emojis and hashtags


One of the mainstream social media, twitter has released special emojis and hashtags for the cricket festival, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

ICC CWC 2019 Captains

The biggest cricket festival of International Cricket Council (ICC), ICC Cricket World Cup is on the floors now in England and Wales for its 12th edition. All the fans around the game are pretty much excited and geared for the tournament.

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As offering some pleasant experiences for the cricket fans all around the world, Twitter, one of the most important mainstream social media has released new emojis and hashtags to celebrate the cricket festival.

Twitter is a busy place of cricket fans with lot of arguments, debates, celebrations etc. Inorder to enhance the quality of the social media during ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Twitter has officially revealed special emojis and hashtags for each team participating in the cricket festival.

Apart from the #CWC 19 emoji, the short-messaging platform has also introduced separate emojis for all the teams and captains of the respective nations. The flag of the country appears when a particular hashtag is written and the picture of captain is shown when the name of the skipper is mentioned.

Here are the hashtags for the teams:

Afghanistan: the team playing its second World Cup has the official hashtag of #AfghanAtalan

Australia: Support the defending champions with #CmonAussie

Bangladesh: The Tigers are at #RiseOfTheTigers

England: Hosts, hot favourites – #WeAreEngland

India: The Men in Blue have the simplest of them all –  #TeamIndia

New Zealand: The Blackcaps are back! #BackTheBlackCaps

Pakistan: What will Pakistan do this time? We don’t know but their hashtag is #WeHaveWeWill

South Africa: the regular #ProteaFire

Sri Lanka: Hope there is some #LionsRoar

West Indies: watch out for #MenInMaroon

 

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