A fun tweet from Jimmy Neesham went viral and also attracted reactions from his IPL mate KL Rahul. Jimmy hinted about a game posting a fun picture of both of them while KL asked to settle the same in the upcoming IPL 2020.
The banter continues
Jimmy Neesham and KL Rahul were involved in a light banter during the final ODI of the recently concluded three-match series between India and New Zealand. When KL wanted to take a quick single Jimmy came into the way of the Indian batsman. A still photograph from the same incident was posted by Jimmy after the game where he captioned, “Paper, scissors, rock?” as the posture of both suggested towards the popular game.
Paper, scissors, rock? 😂 pic.twitter.com/PFrK8ZcF9k
— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) February 11, 2020
KL was quick to reply back. He wrote, “Let’s settle this in April.” He clearly meant about the IPL 2020 that is scheduled to begin on March 29. Both of them will be playing from Kings XI Punjab in this edition of the league under the captaincy of KL Rahul.
Let’s settle this in April. See u in a bit 🤙🏾
— K L Rahul (@klrahul) February 12, 2020
No wonder the franchise also joined in a while and wrote, “This took place on the field, how about you two settle this down at #SaddaAkhada?”
This took place on the field, how about you two settle this down at #SaddaAkhada? 😉
— Punjab Kings (@PunjabKingsIPL) February 12, 2020
KL and Jimmy set for IPL 2020
KL Rahul who is at the peak of his batting form ended up three-match ODI series as the second-highest run-scorer gathering 202 runs at a staggering average of 102 that included a century and a half-century. Jimmy already commented on the same and asked KL to save some runs for the 13th edition of the IPL.
Jimmy Neesham is already famous amongst fans for his social media appearance. His posts take no time to become viral as he always comes up with something interesting and hilarious. Even the International Cricket Council could not resist from commenting on this fun tweet from Jimmy. They shared his tweet asking if this sounds a better option that Super Overs. “Perhaps we do this instead of super overs?”