Jofra Archer’s old tweet-prophecy made another headline as he hit 4 sixes in a row

Jofra Archer’s old tweet-prophecy made another headline as he hit 4 sixes in a row

Jofra Archer’s old tweet-prophecy made another headline as he hit 4 sixes in a row [pic Source : IPLT20.COM]

England pacer Jofra Archer has been in headlines for his eerie and witty tweets lately. He has also earned himself a name “Nostradamus” of cricket for his old tweet prophecies.

Lately, he has hogged the limelight for his tweets that somehow fitting in recent incidents like the one about Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s baby birth that is expected in January. In latest episode of Jofra “the Astrologer”, people found yet another old tweets of Jofra that mentioned some of his heroics from last night.

Jofra played a sensational cameo in the match against Chennai Super Kings, when he hit four consecutive sixes off Lungi Ngidi’s to loot 30 runs in the final over of Rajasthan Royals’ innings.

Quite interestingly user find two old tweets of Archer coinciding with the innings.  Archer had tweeted ‘6666’ in January 2015. And in his other tweet, he wrote: “30 an over?”.

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Coming onto the match, Rajasthan Royals, batting first, posted a mammoth 216-7 on a small ground of Dubai. Sanju Samson (74 off 32) and Steven Smith (69 off 47) were chief architect of the innings in middle overs before Jofra Archer’s (27 off 8) blitz at the end took Royals at another level.

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Chasing the huge target, Chennai Super Kings never looked in the chase as they were dented heavily by Rajasthan Royals spin duo of Shreyas Gopal and Rahul Tewatia. Faf du Plessis (72 off 37) and MS Dhoni (29 off 17) did cut short the losing margin by late attack, but it was Royals game all day long. Jofra was again sensational with the ball as he hurried the batsman with his skiddy pace and tuff lengths.

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