Even as New Zealand defeated Bangladesh by 8 wickets in the 3rd ODI, Kane Williamson was left stranded five runs short of a century with Jimmy Nisham finishing the game with some hefty blows. The latter was later questioned by the fans on Twitter, and the all-rounder provided some amusing replies.
Jimmy Neesham is perhaps the only cricketer, current or former, who can compete with Virender Sehwag when it comes to trolling on the Twitter, and the all-rounder was at his best after New Zealand’s win over Bangladesh in the third ODI.
Chasing 237, the Kiwis grabbed a comfortable win as Williamson and Neil Broom played a couple of brilliant knocks. However, it was Jimmy Neesham who hit the winning runs with a boundary, and Williamson finished the innings five runs short of
The 26-year-old was later questioned on Twitter as to why he did not allow, or ask, the Kiwi skipper to complete his century, and Neesham provided some
@JimmyNeesh jimmy u should have asked williamson to play the shot and score the century,williamson is a completely team.— abhi (@pokalaabhinav) December 31, 2016
I told Kane he is a completely team and he said "hey mate why don't you have a couple of waters?" https://t.co/mvVZET3coh— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) December 31, 2016
@JimmyNeesh The effort you went to to block that full one on leg stump was truly touching.— Russell Brown (@publicaddress) December 31, 2016
It was actually extremely difficult to not glance it for a single. https://t.co/UAST1EWV75— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) December 31, 2016
I blocked out an over then he came down and said just bang it mate lets go have a beer. https://t.co/HufoA0gcag— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) December 31, 2016
Do you mean selfish? I think you mean selfish. I'll pass it on to the selectors 😂 https://t.co/QssOjrKtZ4— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) December 31, 2016
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