A Twitter user tweets 'show something more beautiful than a female's body'; Jofra Archer gives an apt response

Archer is currently busy playing the third Test at the Old Trafford.

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Jofra Archer. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

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Jofra Archer is currently involved in the ongoing third and final Test between England and the West Indies. But the action in the middle doesn’t keep him away from Twitter. Archer is always busy tweeting on something or the other on social media. Rather his old tweets have often matched with the current scenarios, and for the same reason, he has always been in the news as well.

Recently, the cricketer made the headlines for breaching the ECB‘s bio-secure protocols and was dropped from the team hours before the second Test against the West Indies began. Moreover, the pacer also revealed that he also had to cop a lot of racial abuse on social media during his five-day self-isolation period.

Meanwhile, Jofra Archer is back on the field and will be determined to play a crucial role in helping England win the third Test and the series. But his social media attraction hasn’t gone anywhere and his recent tweet is winning hearts of cricket fans. One of the Twitter users posted a tweet asking to show anything more beautiful than a female’s body.

To this tweet, Jofra Archer came up with a brilliant response, posting a picture of the ball hitting the stumps. Any fast bowler loves the sight of the ball demolishing the stumps, and this reply has left the fans in a frenzy.

Here’s his tweet:

Jofra Archer in third Test

Meanwhile, Jofra Archer has picked only a solitary wicket in the ongoing third Test so far. He had to miss the second Test after a brilliant show in the series opener in the losing cause. The fast bowler will be itching to make a mark in the second innings for England as the hosts are just eight wickets away from regaining the coveted Wisden Trophy.

As far as the match situation is concerned, the West Indies are reeling at 10/2 in the second innings in the pursuit of 399 runs. They need only to draw this Test to retain the Wisden Trophy, and with rain around, the visitors will be hoping for their batsmen to hang around.