New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham is known to be an entertainer off the field, even when frustrated.
Kiwis’ were heart-broken after a defeat to England in the World Cup final, but England also defeated New Zealand 19-7 in the Rugby World Cup semi-finals on Saturday.
Taking on it, Jimmy Neesham shared a list of words that he muted in his notification settings on Twitter which included just three terms – 2019, England and World Cup.
Neesham tweeted along with the picture in a series of tweets “I think that just about covers it,”
“This is physically painful,” he had tweeted after the match got over.
And then came this hilarious rant: “Brb gonna go set some teabags on fire and stamp on a Cornish Pasty.”
I think that just about covers it. pic.twitter.com/IAetFuXk4W
— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) October 26, 2019
England pacer Stuart Broad replied to Neesham’s tweet, with a series of laughing emojis.
It was in July 2019, New Zealand suffered heartbreak as they lost the World Cup finals on a boundary countback against England after scores were tied at the end of the 50 overs played and the Super Over.
Jimmy Neesham was very much a part of that painful defeat, even being sent in to bat in the Super Over.
Even in heartbreak then, he maintained his wit. “Kids, don’t take up the sport. Take up baking or something. Die at 60 really fat and happy,” he had tweeted after the loss at Lord’s.