With regards to stating viewpoints uninhibitedly via web-based media, there are many cricket characters who became well known on Twitter. Britain has Michael Vaughan, India has Wasim Jaffer and Virender Sehwag.
In any case, those previously mentioned names are previous cricketers. They are allowed to state their viewpoints. On occasion, those sentiments end up being a discussion, particularly when Michael Vaughan posts a tweet on his handle.
Then again, Wasim Jaffer and Virender Sehwag have regularly engaged their fans and adherents with silly tweets. Both the veterans are known for their inventiveness and there is not even a shadow of a doubt.
In the meantime, New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham is additionally known for his fair humour. The Kiwi cricketer has consistently posted entertaining tweets and gotten great reactions from his fans and devotees.
Be it cricket or non-cricket related stuff, Jimmy Neesham actually figures out how to post it in a funny way. There were a few occurrences when Neesham offered answers to his fans via web-based media.
During the ‘AskMeAnything’ meeting on Instagram in 2019, one of his fans got some information about his number one Indian cricketer. While Neesham was quietly responding to questions, he ran over this fascinating inquiry.
Jimmy Neesham told his favourite player
The all-rounder chose to answer in the most ideal manner conceivable. While everybody anticipated that he should pick a specific Indian cricketer, say, Virat Kohli or Rohit Sharma, Jimmy Neesham had another alternative as a primary concern.
The all-rounder in a real sense dazed the cricket society by picking Ish Sodhi. Astonished right? Indeed, you read it right. Totally serious. Answering to the inquiry, the all-rounder posted an image close to his colleague and spinner Ish Sodhi who is of Indian origin.
Ish Sodhi was brought into the world in Ludhiana, Punjab on October 31 1992 as Inderbir Singh Sodhi. After four years, his family moved to New Zealand and has lived there from that point onward.
The entirety of Sodhi’s match appearances have gone under New Zealand-based citizenship. He made his test debut in 2013 and has been active in many ICC events.
Jimmy Neesham's sense of humour won't win you many big matches.
— Steve Holford (@bearded_tit) October 18, 2017