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KXIP All-rounder Jimmy Neesham Suggests IPL Is Better Than Australia's BBL?

Jimmy Neesham, who is known for his ‘to the point’ tweets, recently answered a fan's question where he was seen showing disagreements with the authorities.

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Adil Khan
Jimmy Neesham

Jimmy Neesham earlier went viral for slamming cricket authorities in his recent tweet. Neesham, who is known for his ‘to the point’ tweets, recently took to Twitter and answered a fan's question. He was seen showing his disagreement with the cricket authorities. While interacting with the cricketer on Twitter, a Sri Lankan fan asked why New Zealand cricketers are not playing in the BBL. Jimmy Neesham replied writing that BBL teams offer many deals to New Zealand players, but they are not allowed to play in the tournament. In another tweet, Jimmy Neesham said that he would love to play in the Big Bash League in front of 60,000 cricket fans.

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Fans were quick to respond to Jimmy Neesham’s tweet and many said that they will love to see him in a Big Bash League match. Some fans slammed the New Zealand Cricket authority and demanded to let New Zealand players play in BBL. However, many replied by saying that he will have the chance to play in front of more than 60,000 people in IPL 2020.

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Jimmy Neesham’s IPL career

Jimmy Neesham made his IPL debut in 2014 where he was playing for Delhi Daredevils. In IPL 2015, he was picked by the Kolkata Knight Riders. He never played a single match due to injury and was dropped from the squad the very next season. In the 2020 IPL auction, he was bought by Kings XI Punjab.

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