Jimmy Neesham Hilariously Revealed His Reaction To MS Dhoni’s Run-Out In CWC’19 Semis

New Zealand’s star cricketer Jimmy Neesham is one of the most entertaining cricketers ever. The cricketer has gained a cult fan following, all thanks to his hilarious sense of humor. Recently, he was at it again as he came up with another hilarious reply to a fan on Twitter.

Devon Conway took the whole cricket fraternity by storm as he gave a stunning performance in his first Test match itself. Devon made a blockbuster entry into the record books as he slammed a double ton in the ongoing series opener against England at the iconic Lord’s cricket ground, London.

The New Zealand left-hander batted amazingly well throughout his knock and brought in his double ton by smashing a six. His knock helped his team post a score of 378 runs in the first innings. However, his epic knock came to an end after he was dismissed due to a run-out.

James Neesham

As soon as he was dismissed social media was flooded with reactions from the netizens, who hailed the brilliance of Devon. Among many, New Zealand’s star all-rounder James Neesham also took to his social media and hailed Devon for his brilliant performance. He wrote:

“Dev run out while batting like God”

Here, check out the tweet:

The tweet soon went viral and was flooded with reactions from the fans. Among many, a fan asked the Neesham to share his thoughts and feelings before and after MS Dhoni’s run-out during the high-voltage semi-final clash between India and New Zealand in the World Cup 2019. The fan wrote:

“What feeling you had before and after MS Dhoni’s runout in WC Semi final ?”

The tweet soon caught the attention of Jimmy Neesham, who came up with an interesting response to the tweet. Replying to the fan, left one and all in splits as he expressed his before and after reaction to MS Dhoni’s dismissal. He wrote:

“Before: Cool we’re probably gonna win
After: Cool we’re definitely gonna win”

Here, check out the tweet:

Unnati Madan

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