New Zealand tied the super over against England in the 2019 World Cup final but lost the game on boundary count rule
Here's how the cricketers spent their day on social media platforms.
Neesham tweeted to congratulate his fellow countrymen after New Zealand got rid of COVID-19.
29-year-old Neesham has donned the Kiwi jersey in 63 ODIs and 12 Tests where he has amassed 1286 and 709 runs respectively.
Neesham is currently under self-isolation having returned from Australia recently.
Neesham asked in a tweet why people should hate someone for mispronouncing names they have never heard before when there are “so, so, so many better reasons” to do it.
The cricketing fraternity is once again busy discussing the controversial mode of dismissal.
The tweet from Neesham had a funny piece of advice for Maxwell, the all-time highest run-scorer for Melbourne Stars.
Raval is currently in Australia playing in the Test series.
Neesham is also very popular amid cricket fans especially because of his exploits in social media.