Jofra Archer’s cryptic tweet: The English fast bowler has been popular on several occasions for his tweets which hint at future events.
Apart from his prowess with the ball in hand, there is no hiding to England fast bowler Jofra Archer skills on social media platform Twitter.
Archer, who has tweeted on nearly 40,000 occasions, often finds himself and his old tweets being connected to a present event.
With the tweet in question being posted years ago, fans can’t help themselves from hailing the 24-year old player’s expertise in predicting the future.
Archer is currently doing the rounds on the platform due to a tweet which he posted in 2014. “There will be, no place to run, that day will come,” reads Archer’s tweet which is being related with respect to the outbreak of a “pandemic” in the novel COVID-19.
Jofra Archer’s cryptic tweet
There will be, no place to run, that day will come
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) August 20, 2014
How Twitterati reacted:
— Saee 😷 Panic Shopping 😷 (@curlykrazy07) August 20, 2019
Jofra is God!!!
— Self Isolation (@ahambrham) August 20, 2019
This guy known corona from 2014
— vaibhav (@ErVaibhi) March 21, 2020
Archer, who announced his arrival in international cricket during the ICC Cricket World Cup last year, went to make his Test debut in the subsequent Ashes series at home.
Originally from Barbados, the 24-year old right-arm fast bowler is currently recovering from a stress fracture in his elbow. It is due to the same reason that Archer has been ruled out of the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League.
With IPL 2020 being among the many cricket tournaments which have postponed due to the coronavirus, Archer’s franchise Rajasthan Royals would be hoping for him to recover especially if the tournament gets delayed.