World Cup 2019: Jofra Archer’s old tweets go viral again during the thrilling final

World Cup 2019: Jofra Archer’s old tweets go viral again during the thrilling final

Archer has been hogging the limelight for his on and off-field heroics.

Jofra Archer
Jofra Archer. (Photo Source: DIBYANGSHU SARKAR/AFP/Getty Images)

England won the World Cup for the first time in their history after a cliffhanger of a final which went into the super over. Jofra Archer who only became eligible to play for them just before the mega event was at the centre stage again as he was handed the ball to deliver the super over. It looked all destined for the Caribbean born cricketer who made the cut at the last moment and here he was, delivering for his team to win the World Cup. He did it successfully, in the end, to etch his name in history.

It was a memorable World Cup for Archer. He was always the lead bowler for England and ended up picking 20 wickets in 11 matches. Whenever they needed a wicket, Eoin Morgan looked at him and Archer didn’t disappoint. The same happened on Sunday as well and the 24-year-old obliged helping England win the title. However, more than his performance, his tweets were going viral throughout the tournament.

After having tweeted earlier about the semi-final clash between England and Australia, Jofra Archer once again proved that he is from the future with his hilarious tweets about the final.

Wouldn’t mind the super over

With England needing 15 from the last over and after all the drama unfolded, the equation had come down to 2 runs off the last ball. At the same time, Jofra Archer’s tweet reading, “Wouldn’t mind the super over,” went viral and as the destiny had it, the man himself was at the helm to defend 16 runs later.

Interestingly, New Zealand needed 16 off 6 deliveries in the super over and the pacer had a similar tweet on his timeline which is seriously crazy. A lot of such tweets related to certain matches have been already tweeted by him and this World Cup was a testimony to it.

Having said that, Jofra Archer delivered when it mattered the most for his team and has the World Cup trophy to his name today. He has a long way to go in his career and it should be no surprise if he is picked in the England squad for the Ashes which is set to begin from August 1.

Here are some of his tweets related to the final: