Ashes woes and Ferran Torres goes – Tuesday’s sporting social

Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.

Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from December 28.


Kevin Pietersen had sympathy with England following confirmation of their Ashes series defeat.

Another thing ticked off Australia captain Pat Cummins’ list.

Even Australia’s Prime Minister took to Twitter.

Former India international Wasim Jaffer enjoyed winding Michael Vaughan up after England’s collapse.


Ferran Torres looked happy with his move to Barcelona.

Allan Saint-Maximin shared the love with Newcastle fans.

While Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea was in a reflective mood.

Harry Kane rued two points dropped at Southampton.

Former England captain Terry Butcher was celebrating his 63rd birthday.

Former Arsenal, Leicester, QPR and Scotland defender Frank McLintock turned 82.

The EFL turned the clock back.


Tony Bellew took his training outside.

Douglas Mateo

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