ICC Asks Fans For A 'Caption This' Moment Featuring Jimmy Neesham

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ICC took to social media and asked the fans to caption the conversation between Jimmy Neesham and Sam Billings in the fifth and final T20I at Eden Park.

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Updated On:

The InternationaI Cricket Council (ICC) has been coming up with some interesting yet funny questions to test the knowledge of cricket fans on social media. ICC had earlier asked a couple of questions like who was the batsman following Mitchell Marsh while he was going out to bat and then wondered what was the discussion going on between English skipper Eoin Morgan and the new head coach Chris Silverwood. Recently, the governing body of world cricket once again decided to test the creative skills of the fans.

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ICC asks fans to caption a moment featuring Jimmy Neesham

ICC took to social media and asked the fans to caption a moment that featured the New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham staring as well as having a word with English batsman Sam Billings during the final over of the fifth and final T20I on Sunday at the Eden Park in Auckland. The fans came up with innovative answers. Here 's what they had to say.

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