Jofra Archer tweets two words, Twitterati does the rest with hilarious suggestions

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Times Now

Author 2019-10-04 00:31:47

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From foretelling England's future in World Cup to launching a scathing attack on umpiring howlers, there's always a possibility that every tweet coming from the official Twitter handle of Joafra Archer is one for the future. When the Barbodaos born speed merchant is not making news for his deadly pace on field, the England premier bowler makes sure his tweets about the gentlemen's game grab all the right headlines. Safe to say there's an Archer tweet for almost everything happening in an around the game of cricket.

Archer's tweets are no enigma to the world of the internet because even if they are not making sense at the moment, they are surely bound to amaze you in the near future. Keeping his success in the 2019 edition of the ICC World Cup aside, Archer seemingly had predicted major events of the England and Wales' quadrennial event before time on Twitter.


'One Day'

With the prophecy of Mr Archer in mind, the Twitterati were quick to bookmark his latest tweet which is perhaps meaningless yet casual as of now. Archer tweeted two words which were enough to send the social media into a frenzy!

While one user said he has bookmarked the tweet for future refrences others linked it with events that are yet to happen in real life even though they look like an inevitability for some. From Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) winning the domestic league's showpiece event to the Englishman's retirement, the internet was keen on coming up with series of hilarious resistance following Archer's tweet on Wednesday.

England are scheduled to tour New Zealand next month where they will play as many as five T20Is and two Test matches against the Kane Williamson-led side. Both teams showcased a memorable finale at the iconic Lord's stadium in July which England won by virtue of scoring more boundaries than the Kiwis. Archer was instrumental throughout the World Cup and finished as the leading wicket-taker for Eoin Morgan and Co. in the showpiece event. After the World Cup, the crafty English pacer also made an impressive Test debut in the recently concluded Ashes series.

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