English fast bowler, Jofra Archer is known for bringing his ‘A’ game to the table on the micro-blogging social site known as Twitter. The right-arm pacer had made several tweets in the past which became true in the future. These tweets range from 2013 to 2014 and they realized themselves in 2019.
Apart from his miraculous tweets, the Barbados-born bowler is also known for his quick and lethal bowling. He had grabbed the headlines by helping England win their maiden World Cup last year. Archer had not played international cricket prior to that year yet his T20 cricket experience has taken him to the top of the world.
Talking about his performances in the other formats, Archer has become a regular in the England Test team because of his ability to bowl the short-pitched deliveries. The fans had seen during the 2019 Ashes series how Archer troubled Steve Smith and co. with his bouncers.
Unfortunately, he could not take part in the series against South Africa as he got a fever along with some other top-class players of the England team. They had to return home as the visitors had no other option but to field a second-string team.
The luck favored England a lot on this tour as South Africans struggled to play at home. They lost the series 1-3 and later on, got their points deducted on the ICC World Test Championship points table for the slow over-rate.
Jofra Archer’s reply to fan who try to bull his leg
A fan tried to pull Archer’s leg on Twitter by saying that England’s bowling attack is sorted even without the presence of Archer. This tweet did not go down well with the featured fast bowler as he chose to give a tight slap to the face of that fan with a burning reply.
You can read the entire conversation between the fan and Jofra Archer in the following tweets.
1. Tweet from fan
Anderson won’t make the ashes, getting on abit now. Still a great though.
Wood, Stokes, Broad, Woakes and Bess. Pick of the bowlers
Archer isn’t good enough for international level
— Harry The Hadeda (@hadedaharry) January 28, 2020
2. Jofra Archer’s reply
I’m probably not but my family and friends don’t seem to think so 🥰 https://t.co/bo3bgQMo95
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) January 28, 2020