‘Stay indoors’ – Jofra Archer’s hilarious TikTok video in England Test apparel leaves fans in splits
Jofra Archer played his last game against South Africa in Boxing Day Test.
Updated - Mar 26, 2020 11:18 am
Jofra Archer, the young speed gun from England is finding it difficult to stay back in his home due to COVID-19 outbreak. The government have announced lockdown in the country and asked each individual to maintain social distancing to protect themselves from getting infected with Coronavirus. Meanwhile, it seems difficult for Archer to stay away from the game and he shared a clip on social media that is quite relatable to the fans.
The 24-year-old sustained an injury in his elbow due to which he was ruled out from the 13th edition of Indian Premier League 2020. It was a big blow for his franchise Rajasthan Royals. However, the league also got postponed to mid-April by the BCCI. Moreover, there are chances that the tournament might get cancelled for the ongoing year as the government is not in consent to allow any foreign player to enter the country due to Coronavirus transmission.
But, the decision is yet to be taken by the cricket board. The reports say that Archer might mark his comeback against West Indies that will be played in the month of June. Archer played his last international game against South Africa in the Boxing Day Test. He had grabbed a five-wicket haul in that match.
Jofra Archer kits up to play
Archer is not only known for his quick bowling on the field but also for his proactiveness on social media. He always comes out with his opinion on any specific matter. Now, he has shared a clip that has left his fans in splits. The young player wears full kit and gets ready for the batting in his home. As soon as he moves towards the lift of his house, he realizes that there is a lockdown in the country and so, he rushes back into his room. It was a hilarious TikTok clip shared by the speedster for his fans.
The 25-year-old is currently one of the fastest bowlers in international cricket, who has grabbed a total of 55 wickets across all the formats for England.
Here is the clip:
Stay indoors @JofraArcher 😂
(via jofraarcher03 / TikTok) pic.twitter.com/quR6gDHY4E
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