Jofra Archer drops a 2-word tweet; fans think it is another futuristic tweet

Jofra Archer drops a 2-word tweet; fans think it is another futuristic tweet

Archer came up with another cryptic 'no context' tweet.

Jofra Archer
Jofra Archer. (Photo Source: Twitter)

There are few things for which the year 2019 will be remembered. India’s historic series win Down Under, Sri Lanka’s history-defying Test series win in South Africa, Kusal Perera’s Superhuman effort, India’s ODI series win in New Zealand, their penchant for experimentation, Ambati Rayudu’s ‘3-D glass’ tweet, Pakistan’s 8-match losing streak and subsequent thrashing against India in the World Cup.

Rohit Sharma’s 5 WC tons and Virat Kohli’s lack of it, Jasprit Bumrah’s brilliance, two death-defying nerve-janglers masquerading as tournament finals [IPL & World Cup], England’s maiden WC win, New Zealand’s heartbreak, Steve Smith’s redemption, Ben Stokes history-defying 153 at Leeds, and off-course the rise of Jofra Archer in all formats of the game.

Wait! Did we miss out on something? We certainly did! For, the list cannot be completed without the mention of ‘Nostradamus Archer’ and his tweets from the archives, one which seemed to ridiculously fit the present-day context, as if the person had preempted the future when he wrote those tweets. Believe it or not, whether it is the World Cup final or the Ashes or any event happening in the present, there is a Jofra Archer tweet for everything.

One of Archer’s tweets [in 2013] that became an instant, purely because of the context that is put into perspective, was in which he was asking the batsmen to get two helmets who according to him will have to use them when they lock horns. It couldn’t have put things more into context especially when the fast bowler knocked over Hashim Amla, Alex Carey, and Steven Smith during the World Cup and the Ashes, six years later.

 

Another futuristic tweet by Archer?

Archer’s tweet reflects a sense of futurism. His old tweets seemed to perfectly predict every situation of the recently-held World Cup, including the final. No wonder, fans love to see what Archer is tweeting, expecting it would get framed perfectly in the future. Yesterday, Archer came up with another cryptic ‘no context’ tweet. The Barbados-born fast bowler tweeted, “One Day”, which had no meaning. But, considering Archer’s tweet history, they are hopeful that it would definitely put things into perspective in the future.

Here’s how the fans reacted: