New Zealand’s multi-tiered Jamie Nissam sat casually in the dugout area as camp erupted as Daryl Mitchell scored the winning points, leading to the Black Caps win on Wednesday. Remember, it wasn’t an ordinary match, but the T20 ICC World Cup semi-final against England where New Zealand managed to keep their nerve and chased the 167th goal, thus qualifying for their first final of the shortest form. Is Nisam finally relieved that the horrors of the 2019 50th World Cup Final can finally be erased from the memories of every New Zealand cricket fan, or is he upset about not being able to stay there until the end with Mitchell to take their home team? Whatever the reason why Neesham is clearly not celebrating, the cricketer must be a very happy man because they made the Black Caps way when they needed 57 throws in 4 hits 27 hammer only 11.
But the winning moments showed a somewhat “serious” Nissam at the Kiwi camp. And if you look closely, Ken Williamson also sat in his chair with a happy smile on his face.
Earlier, cricket fans revealed the heartbreaking Neesham tweet posted by the cricketer after the devastating 2019 World Cup final loss to England due to the ‘number of limits’ rule.
“Kids, don’t exercise. Do you have pastries or something. To die a really big and happy 60-year-old I tweeted a versatile Kiwi who disliked it in 2019.”
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