Jorfa Archer’s old tweets predicting England’s semi-final win vs Australia to playing World Cup final at Lord’s goes viral on social media
England obliterated the defending World Cup champions Australia by eight wickets at Edgbaston, Birmingham to march on towards their maiden World Cup title bid, all set to take place on July 14 at The Lord’s Cricket Ground. They will lock horns against New Zealand, who defeated India just the previous day by 18 runs at The Old Trafford.
While this should have been the biggest news at the moment in the Cricketing fraternity, England speedester Jofra Archer has made sure that his yet another backdoor entry in news and discussions make way before the 2019 World Cup finals take place on July 14 at the Home of Cricket.
Jofra Archer and his previous tweets as old as the year 2013, have been dug out by people throughout the 2019 World Cup to match the relevance of his tweets to a particular situation or event in the match.
Archer’s jaw-dropping World Cup semi-final prophecy
The recent set of tweets that ardent loyalists have dug out, have left everyone dumbstruck, as they find pinpoint relevance to the various turn of events that happened during the Australia vs England second World Cup semi-final that took place at Edgbaston on Thursday.
Here are the set of Jofra Archer’s tweets ranging from the year 2013 to 2018 that find uncanny resemblance in England’s journey from the semi-finals vs Australia to playing the finals at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground.
– Archer on looking at the bowling friendly pitch at Edgbaston
Lovely to see fast bowling friendly pitches 😍
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) December 26, 2018
– When he dismisses the Aussie captain Aaron Finch for a Golden Duck
– When David Warner gets out with Australian 10/2 on the scoreboard
– When he hits Alex Carey with a vicious bouncer at his helmet
– But Alex Carey had his replacement lid
– Maxwell gives away his wicket off Archer’s bowling
– Jason Roy starts off England’s innings with a flyer
– Jonny Bairstow takes a wasted review while batting during the second innings
– When Jason Roy is wrongly adjudged Out by umpire Kumar Dharmasena
– Joe Root plays another fine innings at one end to steer England home
– When Archer’s wish is finally granted