Famously referred to as the ‘God of Twitter’ in the cricketing fraternity, Jofra Archer, has another old Tweet to his name that has gone trending all over the internet. India took on England in the fourth T20I of the five-match series and they beat the visitors by 8 runs to level the five-match series 2-2.
England tried their might with the ball after winning the coin toss as they once again elected to field first. The Indian openers had another flop show but Suryakumar Yadav made sure he makes some noise as he smashed his maiden international half-century and India posted a challenging total of 185 runs in their 20 overs for the loss of 8 wickets.
Jofra Archer’s Old Tweet Goes Viral After His Bat Breaks In The Final Over
The visitors had a dismal start in the second innings as Jos Buttler was dismissed quite early by Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Dawid Malan once again perished against spin as he was bowled out by Rahul Chahar. Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow stitched a great partnership in the middle but later, both were dismissed in the latter half of the second innings.
Jofra Archer kept the fighting spirit up for England as he put India on the back foot in the last over. However, an unlikely;y incident took place on the field when Jofra Archer’s bat broke on the fourth delivery of the 20th over. Now, an old tweet of Jofra Archer has once again gone viral after the incident. He had once tweeted, “Any good bat repair people in the uk ?”
Watch Jofra Archer’s old Tweet here:
Any good bat repair people in the uk ?
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) March 7, 2018
Team India Level Up The Five-Match Series
The Indian Cricket Team have now gone on level terms in the five-match series after beating England by 8 runs in the fourth T20I of the series. The English team had won the 1st and 3rd game of the series, but team India bounced back on both occasions and they now stand on equal footing in the series.
Now, a three-match ODI series is all set to take place in Pune from March 23-March 28 at Pune behind closed doors as the COVID-19 tally in the state keep taking a total.