Here's Why Jofra Archer Will Get A New Xbox After David Warner's Dismissal
IPL 2020

Here’s Why Jofra Archer Will Get A New Xbox After David Warner’s Dismissal

The ‘Twitter Guru’ – Jofra Archer never fails to leave us stunned with his tweets. He has become a craze among the cricket fans because of his tweets and their striking connection with reality. As the Rajasthan Royals squad is locking their horns with the Sunrisers Hyderabad, a tweet of Jofra has gone super viral again because of all the hilarious reasons.

Ahead of the ongoing 13th edition of the Indian Premier League, Jofra Archer had entered a deal with the Xbox UK with its official Twitter handle wanting him to dismiss David Warner in IPL 2020.

Well, just a day before the IPL 2020 kickstarted, last month, Jofra Archer took to his twitter and had jokingly asked ‘Xbox UK’ about how many wickets should he take in the tournament to get a new Xbox. He wrote:

“@xboxuk how many wickets this tournament for a new Xbox ?”

Here, check out the tweet of Jofra Archer:

Interestingly, Xbox was quick to notice the tweet and came up with a funny tweet, where they asked Jofra to pick only one wicket and that too of David Warner. They wrote:

“Just 1… @davidwarner31”

Here, check out the reply of Xbox UK:

Call it a coincidence or what, Jofra Archer has finally done this once again. Three weeks later, in the ongoing match between Rajasthan Royals and Surnisers Hyderabad Jofra Archer bowled a magic spell by giving away only 3 runs in his last two overs. He showed his brilliance once again as he uprooted David Warner’s stumps, leaving the batsman stunned. Warner walked back to the pavilion with only 48 runs off 38 balls, smashing 3 fours and 2 sixes during his knock.

This wasn’t the first time when Jofra had managed to dismiss David Warner as so far, Jofra Archer has been able to get rid of Warner seven times in 10 international matches so far. The speedster has claimed the wicket of Warner more than twice already during the 2019 Ashes while dismissing him on 4 out of 5 times in the recently-concluded white-ball contest in England, three times on a single-digit score


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