IPL 2020

Twitterati Are Now Saying Jofra Archer Had Predicted 6,6,6,6 In 2015

All hail to Lord Jofra Archer! Rajasthan Royals gave a stunning performance in the first innings of the ongoing match. Riding on the amazing performances of Steve Smith(69) and Sanju Samson (74), Rajasthan Royals were giving a tough time to the bowlers of Chennai Super Kings as they put on a very competitive score ahead of Chennai Super Kings.

And when Chennai Super Kings though that the danger is over, Jofra Archer marched in the scene and turned heads with his power-packed performance. Jofra smashed Lungi Ngidi for four consecutive six and helped his team Rajasthan Royals post a massive target of 216/7 against Chennai Super Kings.

Jofra Archer

Jofra started the mesmerizing knock by smashing Ngidi for a six over long-off and then pulled him over square leg as the ball flew out of the ground. After a no-ball in the next delivery, Jofra recorded his hat-trick of sixes and then wrapped up his fourth six on the trot with a hit over long-on.

Meanwhile, an old tweet of Jofra Archer has resurfaced on social media after his brilliant show against Chennai Super Kings. Jofra, who is famous for his old tweets that keep resurfacing on social media, was at it again. In his tweet, Jofra has mentioned about four sixes. Netizens are now linking the old tweet to the powerpacked performance of Jofra Archer for his team Rajasthan Royals.

Here, check out the old tweet of Jofra Archer:

Rajasthan Royals also shared the same tweet with a smiling picture of Archer. Here, have a look:


Also, as soon as the knock of Archer came to an end, the micro-blogging site was flooded with amazing reactions from the fans who are all praises for the star player. From cricketers, cricket experts to fans, everyone just can’t stop hailing Archer for his performance.

Here, check out the reactions of twitterati on the amazing show of Jofra Archer. Have a look:

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