Mumbai: James (jimmy) Neesham is one of the beloved and most followed cricketers on Twitter. Jimmy has an uncanny ability to engage in conversations with fans across the world and he also can look at the world with different point of view.
Recently, Neesham engaged in a conversation with a Pakistani fan and told him that a biryani feast at Pakistan wouldn’t be feasible. Prior to that, Neesham asked for recommendations from his fans for a good place to have a sumptuous dinner at Toronto, Canada. Following Neesham’s tweet the Pakistani fan recommended him to come to Pakistan to have biryani.
Neesham, who is currently playing in the Global T-20 League had tweeted, “Anybody have any recommendations for nice spots in Toronto for dinner/beers? Thinking rooftop bar maybe, nice views etc etc. Many thanks.”
Anybody have any recommendations for nice spots in Toronto for dinner/beers? Thinking rooftop bar maybe, nice views etc etc. Many thanks 🙏— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) July 29, 2019
Following Neesham’s tweet, many fans recommended him good places, but among all of them, one fan from Pakistan had taken the New Zealander by surprise. His tweet read, “Come Pakistan... We will serve you delicious food. Pakistani Biryani is best dish all over the world.”
Jimmy, who is known for his humour, replied that Pakistan was a bit too far for him to have his dinner that night. “Probably a bit too far to go for dinner tonight mate,” Neesham replied.
Probably a bit too far to go for dinner tonight mate https://t.co/pT0Ow4vm4j— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) July 29, 2019
Coming to cricket, Neesham’s New Zealand lost to England in the World Cup Final, which turned out to be one of the thrilling matches in a World Cup Final. In the final, New Zealand posted 241, and in reply, England also scored 241.
Ben Stokes was the man for England as he took his side over the line in the super-over as he hit most boundaries in the super-over and during the 50-over. While New Zealand also scored the same amount of runs (15). But, the ICC declared England as the winners as the side had more boundaries than New Zealand....