Jimmy Neesham Takes a cheeky dig at Virat Kohli after Rory burns’ century

Jimmy Neesham Takes a cheeky dig at Virat Kohli after Rory burns' century

Jimmy Neesham Virat Kohli (pic source : HT)

Jimmy Neesham is currently playing in the Global T20 Canada league for Edmonton Royals. His team yet to find the first wins in the tournament. But Jimmy Neesham is enjoying his time in Canada. His tweet makes him Poplar. Yesterday England’s Opening batsman scored his maiden test century in the first ashes. After that, Jimmy Neesham comes up with a cheeky tweet.

“Rory Burns now has more runs in his first Ashes innings than Virat Kohli has in his entire Ashes career,” Neesham tweet. He takes a dig at Virat Kohli from this tweet. It was just a joke because Virat Kohli could not play the ashes because he is the Indian player.

Here the Jimmy Neesham Tweet


Talking to sky sports, Rory Burns said,

“It was quite an enjoyable experience. It felt a little bit different to the Ireland Test. That stand rocking, this place going… it was quite something. I’ve got my own song as well. I didn’t think I was going to have one!”

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Australia assistant coach Brad Haddin said, “It was a tough day. I thought England deserve credit for the way they played.”

Rory Burns has scored a brilliant hundred. He is currently batting on 125* runs. Burns added 132 runs for the second wicket with Joe Root. Joe root got out after scoring 57 runs in 119 balls with the help of 6 fours. Australia has made 284 runs in the first inning with the help of Steven smith hundred. Smith scored 144 runs in 219 balls with the help of 16 fours and two sixes. England is just ten runs behind the Australia first inning score. Rory Burns and Ben Stokes are batting for England. Stuart Board has taken a five-wicket haul in this match. England Bowler James Anderson injured, and he may not bowl in the remaining match.

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