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James Neesham takes on an Indian fan after derogatory tweet

New Zealand allrounder James Neesham one of the popular cricketers who interact with every cricket fan on twitter. His banter filled tweets and replies on microblogging platform made him popular. He is never shy away from his thoughts. During the first ODI between India and Australia at the WACA in Perth, Neesham was on his usual routine of responding his followers and trolling them.

An Indian follower asked Neesham to say something derogatory in Hindi. But, the 25-year-old player, who played in Indian Premier League, was not to be fooled and responded in a brilliant manner.

But, Neesham was not fooled by the tweet, unlike South African cricketer JP Duminy who was asked to retweet the same derogatory remark about the infamous Kamaal R Khan.

Nesham retweets the tweet but slammed the user for trying to fool him.

When a fan mentioned about DRS as George Bailey was not given out Neesham took a dig at the fan for BCCI’s unwillingness accept the technology. 

Neesham has been injured since the South Africa tour in August. But, he is an entertainer on and off the field. It is expected that he will make come back in the New Zealand team. However, when he is not playing New Zealand, he is busy to entertain people with his tweets.

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