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Jofra Archer's Old Tweets Resurface And It Seems He Can Tell The Future

Jofra Archer's Old Tweets Resurface And It Seems He Can Tell The Future

Everybody stay calm but Jofra Archer might just have psychic powers.

The 24-year old's tweets from years ago have resurfaced on social media and rather weirdly they seem to tell the story of how England won the World Cup for the first time with a dramatic win over New Zealand at Lord's.

He tweeted about today's opponents, needing 16 from 6 and not minding a super over - which is exactly what happened today in the nail-baiting finale.

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Archer, who was only drafted into the squad a month ago, stepped up to the mark big-time throughout the tournament and showed admirable resilience in the all-important super over after bowling a wide in his first ball.

He, like the rest of the England squad, deserves national hero status. After the tense finish, tears of joy flowed for the Sussex County cricketer post-match before he got his hands on the trophy.

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We're already looking forward to seeing him predict the next World Cup and produce more absolute gold on Twitter.


Topics: New Zealand, England, Cricket World Cup, Cricket News, Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes

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