A quality exchange is never far away when an Australian and a New Zealander take part in a discussion. Furthermore, something comparable was seen on Monday when Glenn Maxwell and Jimmy Neesham chose to engage the fans with a humorous discussion on Twitter.
It was Maxwell who began everything by attacking Jimmy Neesham yet the last had the last chuckle.
Everything started when a fan got some information about his arrangements of joining the Mumbai Indians camp in front of the impending period of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The fourteenth version of the opposition is planned to start on April 9. With very little time left before the competition begins, players have begun joining their separate groups.
Strangely, Neesham and Maxwell’s group will be facing each other in the main round of IPL 2021. He is a piece of Mumbai Indians for the forthcoming season while Maxwell will play for Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Going to the discussion between the two, Jimmy answered the fan in his own clever way.
“I’m coming but I’m stuck behind this bloody cargo ship,” tweeted by Neesham.
I’m coming but I’m stuck behind this bloody cargo ship https://t.co/ILqK42Yzjg
— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) March 28, 2021
While Jimmy Neesham’s tweet left the fans in parts, Maxwell chose to have some chuckle to the detriment of the New Zealand star. The Australia all-rounder humorously composed
“Must be hard carrying bags that are 46,44,46.”
Must be hard carrying bags that are 46,44,46 😉 https://t.co/kA6CkNT2l8
— Glenn Maxwell (@Gmaxi_32) March 29, 2021
Maxwell was alluding to that over where he crushed Neesham for 28 runs. The Australian had scammed Jimmy during the third T20I.
In the seventeenth over of Australia’s innings, Maxwell hit Neesham for – 4, 6, 4, 4, 4 and 6. Afterward, both the all-rounders had likewise traded shirts after the last match of the arrangement. Neesham had humorously composed 4, 6, 4, 4, 4, 6 on the shirt.
Going to the chat, Neesham rushed to fire back and ensured that he helped Maxwell about the victor to remember the five-match T20I arrangement between New Zealand and Australia. The Black Caps had won the series by 3-2.
— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) March 29, 2021
“Haha nah you get used to lifting stuff after a while,” concluded by Neesham.