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Jimmy Neesham comes up with a savage reply to an Indian fan who asked him to perform well in IPL
 

Most fans know that the New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham is one of the finest players in this modern era. He often active on social media platforms and tries to engage with his fans being on cricket-related topics or others.

Likewise, he has been trolled by a fan on the Twitter portal and once again the New Zealand international has come up with a savage reply to the Twitter user.

The story started when the fan asked, "why dont you perform in IPL like you perform in International games.." Jimmy Neesham was quick enough to respond to the tweet and said, "I probably wouldn’t perform well in international cricket either if I played one game a year 😂"

Following that, the 31-year-old also posted a tweet and wrote, "Also… everyone trying to act like this tweet is bodying someone or trolling someone 🙄. Literally everybody in elite sport knows continuity of role is important. It’s just sometimes the situation doesn’t allow it and players just have to try to make do. Its nobody’s fault."

They would have given him an opportunity: MSK Prasad

Sanju Samson

According to recent reports, the fans of Sanju Samson were planning to protest against the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) by wearing T-shirts with his picture.

This protest for Sanju Samson by the Kerala vocals has been planned to be held during the 1st T20I match between India and South Africa at the Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram.

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But on the other side, the former selector of the Indian team, MSK Prasad shared a few words about the issue of not picking Sanju Samson during an interaction with the Indian Express.

"The question is, Sanju Samson, in place of who? Deepak Hooda gives you that extra bowling option. He can bat anywhere like Sanju, and Shreyas (Iyer) has done well in the home series against Sri Lanka and then in the West Indies.

If the team management wanted to pick Sanju, they would have given him an opportunity in the Asia Cup or the upcoming home series against South Africa and Australia. If he is not picked, one knows he is not in the scheme of things," said MSK Prasad as quoted by CricTracker.

Check the reply of Jimmy Neesham here: