The #BottleCapChallenge is trending all over the world and the cricketers have also tried their hands at it. The viral challenge has participants attempting to somehow delicately unscrew a bottle cap with their foot. However, the cricketers have added their own twist to the challenge. But perhaps no one has done if better than England star Jofra Archer.
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Showing his remarkable accuracy with the ball, Jofra Archer removed the bottle cap with his delivery. Prior to Archer, Yuvraj Singh and Shikhar Dhawan did the challenge by removing the caps with the bats. Archer himself took to Twitter to post a video of the challenge. In the 26-second video, the pacer completed the challenge in a different style and shared a message of recycling. The video was also a commercial for Coca-Cola.
“When you recycle your empty bottles, remember to keep the cap on! #challengeaccepted #recycle #cricket,” wrote Archer.
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) July 19, 2019
Jofra Archer, meanwhile, is currently basking in the glory of the World Cup success. The England star was a last-minute addition to the World Cup. At that time, the decision was criticised since David Willey had to make way for the Barbados-born pacer. However, Archer completely justified the faith by leading England’s attack brilliantly.
He finished the competition as England’s highest wicket-taker. The right-arm pacer picked up 20 wickets while conceding less than five runs per over. In the final, he bowled the super over and kept New Zealand to exactly 15 runs as he conceded only two on the final two balls. Archer is now being tipped to be in the England squad for the upcoming Ashes.