James Neesham amusingly warns Ben Cutting: The Kiwi all-rounder was seen joking around online with his Australian counterpart.
With almost no cricket being played around the world due to the outbreak of a “pandemic” in COVID-19, it seems as if cricketers have also started to find other avenues to pass time.
New Zealand all-rounder James Neesham, who is known off-the-field for his amusing activities across social media platforms, put on display another hilarious comments on social media platform Instagram.
2 Sixes from Ben Cutting in last over. Sir Viv reaction in the end. 😂 pic.twitter.com/YaTjXkQeYJ
— @imPakistaniLAD (@iPakistani_Lad) February 27, 2020
James Neesham amusingly warns Ben Cutting
Neesham was recently seen joking around with Australia all-rounder Ben Cutting regarding his beard. It all began after Cutting’s wife and renowned host Erin Holland shared their picture on the same platform.
“BYE BYE BEARD,” read the caption of the photo in which Holland was pointing out towards her husband’s beard. Neesham, who didn’t shy away from posting a hilarious comment, did the same regarding kissing Cutting if he keeps his beard.
It is worth mentioning that both Cutting and Holland were in Pakistan recently for the ongoing fifth season of the Pakistan Super League. While Cutting was representing Quetta Gladiators in the tournament, Holland was covering PSL 2020 as a sports anchor.
In the seven matches that Cutting played in PSL 2020, he dismissed eight batsmen at an average of 21.62, an economy rate of 10.62 and a strike rate of 12. The 33-year old player finished the season as its ninth-highest wicket-taker.
With the bat in hand, Cutting scored 146 runs at an average of 29.20 and a strike rate of 189.61 including one half-century against Lahore Qalandars. Having won only four out of the 10 matches that they played, defending champions Gladiators couldn’t even qualify for the semi-finals of PSL 2020.