New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson is quite a popular name in world cricket. He belongs to the elite list of modern four great batsmen which includes Virat Kohli, Steve Smith and Joe Root as the other three.
Despite being so famous, Williamson is not on social media platform Twitter. His fans have been asking for a long time that the 29-year old should come to Twitter but he seems to be not interested at all. He is quite a shy person who keeps himself away from the spotlight.
However, a fan urged James Neesham – who was a part of New Zealand’s heart-breaking loss in the 2019 World Cup finals against England – to make the new year’s resolution of bringing his skipper Williamson to Twitter.
The fan wrote, “Please make it your new year resolution to bring Kane Williamson to Twitter in 2020.”
Please make it your new year resolution to bring Kane Williamson to Twitter in 2020
— absy (@absycric) December 9, 2019
Neesham, who is known for his hilarious antics and savage replies on social media, replied to the tweet in his own style.
The Auckland born said that he was thinking of making his resolution to bring peace to the world, but if the fan wants Williamson on Twitter, he would make sure he fulfills it.
“I was thinking world peace but yea sure,” Neesham replied.
I was thinking world peace but yea sure https://t.co/RO7Y1Ww8XL
— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) December 9, 2019
After taking the captaincy from Brendon McCullum, Williamson has shown his outstanding leadership skills and took the New Zealand side to new heights. He has scored more than 6000 runs in both Test and ODIs.
Kane also has 21 hundreds in Test cricket and 13 tons in ODIs to his name.