‘I can do that Maths’ – James Neesham after a fan asked him for help to increase his Twitter followers

Neesham keeps himself busy on social media when not playing cricket.

James Neesham
Jimmy Neesham. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

James Neesham is one of the most loved cricketers of the world not only because of his on-field heroics but also because of his hilarious tweets on the micro-blogging site, Twitter. Recently, an image from the 3rd ODI between New Zealand and India featuring Neesham and KL Rahul went viral on the internet as it seemed like the soon-to-be teammates were having a confrontation in the middle.

However, the Kiwi all-rounder showcased his wit by posting that photo on Twitter and mentioning that the Kings XI Punjab players were playing ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ in the middle. Rahul replied to him by stating that he is looking forward to playing with him in IPL 2020. After that saga ended, Neesham has come up with yet another troll where he has shut down a fan hilariously who asked for his advice.


“Even I can do maths” – James Neesham owns a fan on Twitter

In case you did not know, James Neesham recently breached the 200,000 followers milestone on Twitter and, he celebrated that in a way that only he can. He uploaded an edited photograph where he is seemingly celebrating a landmark on the cricket field.

As this is a big achievement on the social media platform, a fan asked him for some tips to increase his followers. The fan innocently stated that he is approaching the 300 followers mark and he wanted to know if Neesham could help him in reaching the 200,000 followers mark just like the Kiwi cricketer.

Since this was an extraordinary request, the all-rounder chose to respond in a hilarious way as he showcased his math skills to roast the fan. Neesham replied, “Oh yea even I can do that maths, 199,700 more.”

With the ODI series between New Zealand and India coming to an end, James Neesham will now take some rest as he is unlikely to make it to the New Zealand Test squad for the ICC World Test Championship series against India. Neesham had last played a Test match in 2017. The all-rounder will look forward to the upcoming limited-overs matches of the Kiwi side.