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Jimmy Neesham comes up with hilarious reply after birthday wish for Kiwi all-rounder features Suryakumar Yadav
During his 48 T20 International appearances so far, Neesham has recorded a total of 607 runs at an exceptional strike rate of 165.85.
Many Indian fans raised objections regarding the timing of the first T20I which started at 5 PM in England. Keeping it in mind, ECB and BCCI mutually decided to conduct the remaining matches from 7:30 PM (IST).
Sachin Tendulkar, Brendon McCullum and Jimmy Neesham congratulated the Kiwi on Twitter
Packed with multiple match-winners in their ranks, heavyweights Rajasthan Royals face Sunrisers Hyderabad in a clash of former champions as both sides aim for a winning start in the IPL on Tuesday.
IPL 2022 Rajasthan Royals preview: Despite some big names, lack of team balance could play spoilsport
Rajasthan Royals do boast of an explosive top order as well as a strong bowling attack. Unfortunately, their team balance may be affected by the lack of a quality all-rounder.
Check out photos from the third and final T20I between India and New Zealand.
T20 World Cup 2021: Williamson vs Zampa, Warner vs Boult and other player battles to watch out for in final
We take a look at some of the important face-offs between key players ahead of the T20 World Cup 2021 final.
New Zealand have played calculated and sensible cricket. They started off losing to Pakistan but didn't panic. Went about their business in a professional manner and won their next five matches to reach the final.
Despite their consistency, the Kiwis always enter a tournament final with the "underdogs" tag, but the skipper does not mind that.
T20 World Cup 2021: You don't come halfway around the world just to win a semi-final, says Jimmy Neesham
Neesham had his reasons to not move an inch in the dugout after scoring a momentum changing 27 off 11 balls in the first semi-final.
T20 world Cup 2021: New Zealand's 'game-changer' Neesham aims to 'finish the job' in the final match
Jimmy Neesham smashed an 11-ball 27 in New Zealand's tense chase of 167 and then sat calmly in the dugout amid the celebrations after Daryl Mitchell hit the winning boundary in his unbeaten 72
Neesham blasted 27 off 11 balls and Daryl Mitchell hit an unbeaten 72 as New Zealand chased down their target of 167 with one over to spare in Abu Dhabi and make their first ever T20 World Cup final.
T20 World Cup 2021: New Zealand hailed 'best all-format team' after beating England in thrilling semi-final
New Zealand chased down the 167-run target set by England with five wickets and an over to spare to reach their third consecutive final in an ICC event.
IPL 2021: Nathan Coulter-Nile, Jimmy Neesham star as Mumbai Indians beat Rajasthan Royals by eight wickets
New Zealander Neesham (3/12) and Aussie Coulter-Nile (4/14) snapped seven wickets for only 26 runs in eight overs between them to choke Rajasthan for a meagre 90 for 9.
Neesham, however, thinks there are no chances of the remaining 31 matches of the Indian Premier League happening in India this year
IPL 2021: Mumbai Indians' foreign players, support staff have reached their destination safely, says franchise
The cricket league was suspended last week after COVID positive cases were reported in its bio-bubble.
They arrived on board a Bombardier Global Express private jet via Tokyo in the first of two chartered flights repatriating the Kiwis after the IPL 2021 was suspended in the wake of multiple COVID-19 cases inside its bio-bubble.
IPL 2021: Sun sets on Warner, Jamieson thwarts net session, 'speechless' Pandya in lighter side of things
In fourth edition of lighter side of things from the IPL, we look at David Warner, Kevin Pietersen, Harpreet Brar, Kyle Jamieson, Jimmy Neesham, Prithvi Shaw
New Zealand vs Bangladesh: Conway, Mitchell smash maiden tons as Black Caps win third ODI by 164 runs, make series clean sweep
Maiden centuries for Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell set up the win after New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat, making 318 for six.
Uncapped Allen, 21, made it into the 13-man squad on the back of his outstanding domestic T20 form for Wellington, where he averaged 56.88 and topped the run-count with 512 in the Super Smash.