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Jimmy Neesham Doesn’t Consider Fawad Alam As A Cricketer?
By CricShots - Aug 13, 2021 6:25 pm
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The fiery Kiwi all-rounder, Jimmy Neesham has always been known for his savage replies to fans on various social media platforms. A fan recently asked Neesham what he thought of Pakistan batsman Fawad Alam, only to receive an unexpected reply from the Blackcaps all-rounder. 

James Neesham
James Neesham

Yesterday in Kingston, Fawad Alam played a phenomenal knock of 56 runs that helped Pakistan to a reach decent total of 217 runs in their ICC World Test Championship series opener against the West Indies. Alam came out to bat in the 32nd over of the innings and stayed until the last over of the Pakistan innings.

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None of his teammates managed to surpass the tally of 50 runs, but Fawad fought like a lone warrior and guided Pakistan managed to get past the 200-run mark. Seeing Fawad’s fighting knock, a Twitter user named Saad Umar asked Jimmy Neesham: “Your thoughts on Fawad Alam? The man is a fighter, isn’t he?” Jimmy Neesham avoided the question in a way only he can, as he replied: “I thought he was a cricketer.”

Jimmy Neesham’s reply to that question about Fawad Alam has been liked by more than 2,500 people on the micro-blogging platform. Quite a few Twitter users have retweeted Neesham’s witty response as well.

Meanwhile, a few fans of the Pakistan team seem to be unhappy with the comment of the Kiwi all-rounder. 

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Jimmy Neesham has a busy schedule for the next few months. After playing for Welsh Fire in the Men’s Hundred 2021, Neesham will head to the United Arab Emirates to play for the Mumbai Indians in the second phase of IPL 2021. After the conclusion of IPL 2021, Neesham will be playing for New Zealand in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. He will also play for the Blackcaps in the T20I series against India after the much-awaited event. 

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