BAN vs NZ: James Neesham’s video has gone viral on social media | BAN vs NZ: James Neesham’s surprise passed, Balebaz was surprised

New Delhi: New Zealand won by 5 wickets in the second ODI against Bangladesh played in Christchurch. With the win, New Zealand has now taken Ajay a 2-0 lead in this series. In the Bangladesh heats of this match, New Zealand all-rounder James Neesham surprisingly scored Tamim Iqbal. A video of Nisham’s run-out was posted on social media by the New Zealand Cricket Board.

The runout was done without hands or feet

In fact, in the 32nd on the heats for Bangladesh, Mushfiqur Rahim attempted to run by playing James Neesham’s ball with a light hand. Tamim Iqbal also escaped the no-strike, but Neesham hit the ball with his feet in a unique way and it crashed into the wickets. Tamim (Tamim Iqbal) had not reached his fold until then and he was forced to return to the lodge.

This lack of James Neesham was so good that a video of it is going fiercely viral on social media. People react differently to Neesham’s exhaustion. This Neesham run-out was also special as Tamim (Tamim Iqbal) was playing 78 at the time and he could finish his century and lead his team to a big score.

Neesham goes on goal! It is out. @JimmyNeesh with a nice footwork to break the @BCBtigers partnership. 133/3 now to you 31st, as the players have a drink. Tamim Iqbal comes out for 78. Follow the game LIVE with @sparknzsport #NZvBAN pic.twitter.com/0mmjguWNYd

– BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) March 23, 2021

New Zealand won the match

In this match, New Zealand won the toss and invited Bangladesh to beat first. Bangladesh scored 271 points, losing 6 wickets in 50 overs thanks to 78 points from Tamim Iqbal and 78 points from Tamim Iqbal. In response, the New Zealand team came to bat and hit the goal losing 5 wickets in 48.2 overs. For New Zealand, captain Tom Latham claimed victory for his team in an unbeaten round of 110 points. Other than that, Devon Conway scored 72 points. New Zealand is now 2-0 in this series.

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