Jofra Archer’s six-year-old tweet goes viral after Joe Biden wins US Presidential Elections
Archer is currently resting after playing in the IPL 2020 for Rajasthan Royals.
Updated - Nov 8, 2020 1:28 pm
England pacer Jofra Archer is enjoying a much-needed break after playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL) for the Rajasthan Royals (RR). He has been rested from England’s South Africa tour for the ODI and T20I series. He isn’t playing at the moment but hilariously is still trending on social media for his old tweets. Archer’s old tweets continue to resemble to the current happenings and this time it is related to US Presidential Elections.
The counting of votes began earlier this week in United States of America. After a close fight in the earlier stages, Joe Biden has managed to create a huge gap between him and Donald Trump. Many have declared him the winner of the election already and Biden is set to become the next President of the USA.
Many will be wondering the reason for the cricketer Jofra Archer trending in this case. Interestingly, the 25-year-old had even tweeted related to Joe Biden, may be indirectly, six years ago in October 2014. The tweet reading, “Joe!” has gone viral now with the Twitterati hilariously claiming that the pace bowler can see and predict the future perfectly.
Here’s the tweet:
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) October 4, 2014
Last month, when there was a power failure for a few hours in Mumbai, Jofra Archer’s certain tweets from the past had also gone viral. One of his tweets read, “Mumbai deserves it,” which was supposedly related to Indian Premier League (IPL) when the Mumbai Indians (MI) franchise was playing superbly. Even the tweet going viral now might be in different context but it is hilarious how it is resembling to the current happenings.
Jofra Archer’s impeccable performance in IPL 2020
As far as his on-field performances are concerned, Jofra Archer has continued to shine with the ball. He stood tall for the Royals even though they finished last in the table with 12 points to their name after 14 matches. Archer ended up picking 20 wickets and is currently at the fifth position in the race for the Purple Cap. He would’ve won it as well if the team had made it to the playoffs.