New Zealand all-rounder takes subtle dig at Kanpur roads, even compares them to Donald Trump

India currently lead the 3-match Test series 1-0 after a gigantic victory in Kanpur.

Last Updated: Sep 28, 2016, 17:37 PM IST
New Zealand all-rounder takes subtle dig at Kanpur roads, even compares them to Donald Trump

New Delhi: New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham, who is included in the squad for current series in India, compared Indian roads to US presidential candidate Donald Trump on Tuesday.

Soon after New Zealand had lost the first Test at Green Park stadium, Neesham tweeted “If Kanpur roads were a person they’d be Donald Trump”.

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Republican candidate Donald Trump was put on the defensive during first matchup of US Presidential debate when Hillary Clinton accused him of being racist, sexist and a tax dodger. Trump was even labeled "unfit" for the post of the US President, due to his "crude generalizations" about nations and religions.

Neesham wasn't able to take part in the opening Test due to a rib injury that he suffered during the warm-up match against Mumbai. His return for the Eden Gardens Test is also under question. The 26-year-old was recalled into New Zealand’s Test squad, after battling a back injury which kept him out of Australia tour in November last year.

Earlier, in an interview with ESPNCricnfo, Neesham revealed that a lot of Indian cricket fans consider him the second funniest cricketer on Twitter after Virender Sehwag.

Here's another example when the Kiwi cricketer trolled the US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

India will be hoping for a repeat performance in Kolkata after registering a massive 197-run victory in their 500th Test, bowling New Zealand out for 236 in the second innings.

India currently lead the 3-match Test series 1-0.