Things You Probably Didn’t knew about India vs Pakistan Match Coversations which will Blow Your Mind !!

Some 9 million Facebook users were responsible for 25 million interactions related to Sunday’s ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 match between rivals India and Pakistan, in which India prevailed 300-224.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 began Saturday, and the tournament will run in Australia and New Zealand through the final match at Melbourne Cricket Ground March 29.

Facebook head of media partnerships for India Saurabh Doshi and strategic partner development manager for Australia and New Zealand Karren Rogers detailed ways for Facebook users to follow the Cricket World Cup in a Facebook Media blog post.

Join the conversation by posting about the match you are watching — just tap the smiley icon before you share a post, select watching and choose the specific match.

Experience matches in real-time. Tap on posts with the watching tag for a specific match to be directed to a Trending Cricket World Cup page, where you will:

See posts from your friends and people in your network with Friends and Groups. See real-time reactions from people around the world with Live Feed. View photos and videos from public voices, news outlets and people at the match.