James Neesham reacts humorously after ICC asks fans to find Virat Kohli among KL Rahul post

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James Neesham reacts humorously after ICC asks fans to find Virat Kohli among KL Rahul post
Jimmy Neesham (Image Source: Twitter/Instagram)

The deadly Coronavirus has put the entire world to a standstill. Numerous sporting events have been cancelled. It has impacted cricket as well, and all cricketers are now spending time at their homes. In the meantime, lots of channels have been premiering famous matches from the past.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is also doing similar stuff. They have been trying to keep the fans engaged. Recently, they put forth a kind of brain-tester for its fans on social media platforms.

The international apex body shared a picture with faces of India captain Virat Kohli and wicketkeeper-batsman KL Rahul. In the photo, Kohli’s face appeared only once while the rest of the pics were of Rahul. ICC challenged the netizens to find out Kohli’s single picture amidst the sea of Rahul’s images.

The ICC captioned it and wrote, “Can you spot Virat Kohli in this sea of KL Rahuls?”

Many fans responded and gave their views, including New Zealand cricketer James Neesham. However, the Kiwi all-rounder took a sly dig at the ICC for their post.

Neesham wrote, “You guys have really lost the plot”. Even Rahul also commented on the post with a laughing emoji.

James Neesham and KL Rahuls reply on ICC post (Image Source: Instagram)

Neesham was bought by the Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in the 2020 auction of Indian Premier League (IPL) for his base price of Rs 50 lakhs. However, his comeback has been extended now as the lucrative league has been postponed until April 15 and there are chances that it may get delayed further as well.

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