Jimmy Neesham hilariously trolls Kane Williamson for his 'boring face' during his double-century celebration vs West Indies

Jimmy Neesham hilariously trolls Kane Williamson for his ‘boring face’ during his double-century celebration vs West Indies

Neesham is known fir his witty humour on social media.

Kane Williamson and Jimmy Neesham
Kane Williamson and Jimmy Neesham. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson was the star of the second day in the ongoing first Test against West Indies at the Seddon Park in Hamilton. He smashed a mammoth 251 runs batting at three pummelling the opposition bowling to the hilt and propelling the team to a huge score of 519/7 in the first innings. This also turned out to be his highest Test score as the hosts are looking the favourites to seal the deal.

Meanwhile, the Kiwi all-rounder Jimmy Neesham had trolled his skipper hilariously for his reaction after scoring a sensational double-hundred. Neesham is known for witty humour on social media and is trending every now and then for the same reason.

This time around he targeted Kane Williamson for his boring face while acknowledging the crowd post reaching the 200-run mark. Generally, the players are ecstatic after scoring double centuries as it is a rare feat to achieve. However, the Kiwi skipper didn’t do any over the board celebrations and Jimmy Neesham took a hilarious at his face while raising the bat.

He posted the picture of the same and captioned it as, “Sorry guys I didn’t really want to do that but it’s my job so I kinda had to.”

Here’s the tweet:

Kane Williamson’s majestic knock

As far as Kane Williamson is concerned, he came out to bat early on the first morning after Shannon Gabriel trapped debutant Will Young in front of the stumps. However, little did West Indies know that they were going to face the wall in the middle. Williamson came out and looked determined from the word go. He stitched crucial partnerships with Tom Latham, Ross Taylor and also the lower middle-order batsmen to keep the opposition at bay.

He was also lucky as Kemar Roach overstepped after finding an outside edge of his bat after he got to his hundred. Kane Williamson made West Indies pay then and batted for a huge 412 balls scoring 251 runs to eventually put New Zealand in the drivers’ seat.