You are very handsome, replies Jofra Archer after a fan calls him ugly
Jofra Archer, who was nowhere near to the World Cup squad, became a lead pacer for the English.
Updated - Nov 7, 2019 3:20 pm
Messing with Jofra Archer on Twitter is probably the biggest mistake anyone can commit. The fast-bowler is fast becoming one of the most popular cricketers on Twitter. Archer is already a household name due to his exploits across the globe in T20 leagues and his recent performance for England during their triumphant World Cup campaign.
A late addition to England’s World Cup squad, Archer totally justified the decision. He finished the tournament as England’s leading wicket-taker as England won their first-ever World Cup. But perhaps more than his performance on the field, Archer is garnering attention for his tweets. Archer’s tweets during the World Cup regarding some of the outcomes of the matches had gone viral.
There was an Archer tweet for nearly everything that happened during the showpiece event in England. Since then, the fans have been keeping a keen eye on his Twitter handle to find out more interesting tweets. But while the fans were enjoying Archer’s tweets, one of them tried to take him on albeit in a disgraceful manner. It all started when Archer posted the links of his first vlog on his Twitter handle. This is when one of his followers made fun of his looks by writing:
— Ben (@stokesben0) August 8, 2019
But Archer had the last laugh in the exchange as he made the individual speechless with his reply, writing:
“And you are very handsome ???? ”
And you are very handsome ???? https://t.co/0BPR1x1fCl
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) August 8, 2019
Archer in line for Ashes
Jofra Archer, meanwhile, looks set to make his Test debut in the coming days. The Barbados-born allrounder is in contention to play the second Ashes Test. England faces Australia in a crucial game after losing the first one at Edgbaston. With James Anderson out of the second Test and Mark Wood injured too, Jofra Archer looks set to find a place in the playing eleven.
Archer also enhanced his reputation with a stunning display for Sussex. The lanky pacer picked six for 27 and then followed it up with 108 balls from 99 balls against Gloucestershire.