James Neesham
James Neesham
On July 8, cricket stopped after several months’ break on account of this massive coronavirus outbreak. With brand new protocols in the International Cricket Council (ICC), England and the West Indies are getting involved in a three-match Evaluation collection. The Caribbean group, headed by Jason Holder, won the opening Test in the Rose Bowl in Southampton by four wickets and required a crucial 1-0 lead in the sequence. The next Test in the Old Trafford in Manchester is now underway and has become a witness to a single day’s play. Meanwhile, amidst a few riveting crickets, there’ve been several interruptions, mainly due to rainfall. The skies opened during the first Test on the opening day’s play, and it was not any different even throughout the continuing encounter.
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Neesham includes a humorous message.

The conditions are muddy, and bowlers have gotten quite a lot of help on the surface. The Black Caps’ cricketer is mainly famous for his witty tweets, and he did not disappoint this time around. He chose to Twitter and composed, “Probably one reason that the British colonized the entire world. To discover a location where they could perform a damn Test game.”

James Neesham’s tweet

 So far as the game is concerned, just 82 overs were possible on the opening day’s play. But, Roston Chase pulled some turn from this surface and accounted for the wickets of both Burns and Zak Crawley. Crawley, who obtained a half-century at the second innings of this Southampton Test, received a gold duck. But, Ben Stokes and Sibley’s unbeaten 126 runs for the fourth wicket assisted England to finish the day 207 for 3. Even as Stokes is batting on 59, Sibley isn’t out on 86 away 253 deliveries. Like us on Facebook for more update


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