England pacer Jofra Archer continues to rule the Twitter world after another old tweet of him resurfaced on social media following a disappointing incident that saw both the Indian openers were dismissed early during India vs Pakistan match last night on Sunday.
During the high-octane thriller last night, the Indian cricket team started the game against Pakistan with a worst-possible note after being invited to bat first as Shaheen Shah Afridi dismissed both the openers with just six runs on the board.
As soon as the Indian cricket team lost both their openers in quick succession courtesy to the lethal bowling by Shaheen Afridi, an old Tweet of Jofra Archer resurfaced on social media and has been making rounds on the internet since then.
Well, in the old tweet that has resurfaced on social media, the former England pacer Jofra had tweeted about Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul’s wicket in 2015. Now after India lost both their openers, the tweet resurfaced on social media and went viral. Archer’s 2015 tweet read:
“Come man out Rohit and Rahul,”
Here, check out the Tweet:
Come man out rohit and rahul
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) January 8, 2015
The tweet has been going insanely viral on social media as once again fans were left amazed to find another Tweet of Jofra, which goes perfectly with the situation. Fans came up with amazing reactions to Archer’s tweet. There were many who came up with hilarious memes and jokes while reacting to the old Tweet.
Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:
— サーホー (@NameisSaikalyan) October 24, 2021
— Imabzkhan MSDian (@MSDhoniRules) October 24, 2021
He’s ahead of time? https://t.co/ENgILmTVIF
— Neeraj Singh (@milii_virus) October 24, 2021
Not you again https://t.co/bJn6eqPoHM pic.twitter.com/mrbHiNoTw2
— shrutyyyyy (@shhhhhhoja) October 24, 2021
This guy has tweets for everything https://t.co/db5tU6MdiF
— Tech Benchmark (@tech_benchmark) October 24, 2021
Talking about team India, the Virat Kohli-led side suffered an embarrassing defeat by 10 wickets by the Pakistan cricket team. The Men in Blue will now lock their horns against New Zealand on 31st October, i.e on Sunday.