New Zealand cricket all-rounder Jimmy Neesham was having a good conversation until a fan tried to be cheeky and throw a cuss word in Hindi at him, thinking he won't get it. But Jimmy's reply completely owned him and Twitter was surprised.
Neesham made a prediction that the debutant for England Ollie Pope will score a hundred, in the second Test against India. Though the prediction turned out to be wrong. But he still kept himself engaged with the fans along with some light banter.
However, a fan, out of nowhere, abused Neesham but the Kiwi cricketer came up with an interesting reply. He wrote, “Do you guys seriously think we play 2 months of IPL and don’t learn any of the languages.”
Do you guys seriously think we play 2 months of IPL and don’t learn any of the language ???? https://t.co/BNPUjddZJb— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) August 11, 2018
Just when Neesham shared the tweet, fans started to ask few more questions. A fan tweeted who taught him the word, while another shared a GIF of Ross Taylor and asked if the veteran New Zealand batsman really used a Hindi cuss word during that game?
Who taught you that word btw??? ????????????????— The Gamechanger (@tarun_0707) August 11, 2018