Jofra Archer
Jofra Archer (Credits: Twitter)

Jofra Archer has been a Twitter king. Archer has tweeted 39,200 posts and he has posted on every match situation. Once again, Archer’s old tweets resurfaced during the final of the World Cup between England and New Zealand. Archer had posted Super Over in 2015 and the same was retweeted by the fans. Furthermore, Archer had also posted 16 from 6 in 2013 and the same also got viral on the social media platform.

Subsequently, the final of the World Cup went into the Super Over after both teams scored 241 runs in their allotted 50 overs. In fact, the Super Over was also tied as both England and New Zealand scored 15 runs each. Moreover, Archer himself bowled the Super Over and conceded 15 runs to tie the final over. Thus, the lanky fast bowler was able to keep his calm in the crunch situations of the match.

Jofra Archer
Jofra Archer (Credits: Twitter)

Archer was brilliant with the ball.

Meanwhile, Jofra Archer was the pick of the England bowlers as he took 20 wickets in the tournament. Archer was lethal with his bouncers and had no respite for the opposition batsmen. Hence, the lanky fast bowler breathed down the neck of the batters.

Archer bowled with an economy rate of 4.57 and average of 23.05. The fast bowler impressed with his brisk pace and he was accurate in his line and length. The pacer was consistently able to clock speed in excess of 145 km/h and impressed right throughout the tournament.


Jofra Archer | England
Jofra Archer. Credit: Twitter

Meanwhile, England clinched the thrilling final on the basis of boundaries count. New Zealand had posted 241 runs after their skipper Kane Williamson won the toss and elected to bat first.

England was also able to get to 241 runs after Ben Stokes scored a fine knock of 84 runs from 98 balls. The southpaw batsman was at his best and also got the crucial runs in the Super Over. However, it was a total heartbreak forΒ  New Zealand as they could not cross the last hurdle for the second time in a row in the World Cup.

Gautam Chauhan

Cricket is my first love. I want to be a wordsmith. I want to weave magic with my words.