Jimmy Neesham the all rounder of New Zealand fractured his left ring finger and he made a surgery announced by the Cricket Wellington. He used a splint in his finger and completes his surgery on the Saturday night, in week free days he will consult the hand specialist.
Previous year Neesham tried his best to give good performance in the Indian Premier League. He wants to continue the ongoing Super Smash tournament in the last matches. In the points table his team Wellington was in the top position now.
In twitter Cricket Wellington says that, “Neesham faced a complete dislocation of his left ring finger. He did his surgery in Saturday night and put a splint in his finger”.
“In a week he will be cared by the hand specialist and he expects to take part in the last matches of the Super Smash”.
Neesham made a tweet that, “To ensure my finger is in good condition for the people who asking me I post the image of my finger last night. It really helps and my next wish is to participate in the last matches of the Super Smash in New Zealand. The finals of the match will initiate in the beginning of the February”.
The New Zealand all rounder took part in five of the six matches for the team. He scores 65 runs and 8 wickets at an average of 16.25. Against Canterbury in Super smash match the 30 years old player hit a massive score 49 and it leads his team to 154 for seven.
In 3.4 overs he scored 30 runs with the ball which makes the team Wellington got defeated for the first time in the season.
Recent months Neesham didn’t show much interest in playing T20 cricket. In 12 Test matches he represents New Zealand, 63 ODI matches and 24 T20I matches. He took 90 international wickets and scores 709 runs in Tests, 1286 in ODIs and 250 in T20I matches.
In IPL 2020 he looked for both runs and wickets, for his team Kings XI Punjab he took 2 wickets and 19 runs. As a result the team remains the sixth position in the points table and they not qualify to take part in Playoffs.