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Jofra Archer’s old tweets have uncannily come true during the Cricket World Cup final, 2019

A series of tweets shared by bowler Jofra Archer way back in 2013, 2014 are so accurate, it seemed like he was tweeting it LIVE during the World Cup Final.

On Sunday, England won the World Cup Final for the first time in history. They brought a player from Barbados just before the World Cup to have an extra edge over the opposition with his speed and accuracy. The player who bowled the Super Over for England, Jofra Archer, won them the match in the most tensed game of the World Cup history.

Like all of us, Jofra too used tweet a lot before becoming a star. He used to do ‘LIVE’ commentary during his non-cricketing days. Here are a series of tweets which he tweeted way back in 2013, 2014 and so on but it seemed like he was tweeting it LIVE during the World Cup Final.

World Cup Final held at Lord’s.

When the final goes to Super Over.

England scored 15 runs in the Super Over

New Zealand required 16 runs to win in the Super Over

He bowled ‘wide’ as the first ball of the Super Over

He didn’t let New Zealand score 16 runs to win

Most of the fans would agree with this too, unbelievable cricket

Most of the fans can’t believe how New Zealand lost the game and so as Archer

What everyone felt for New Zealand after the World Cup Final got over

Though the tweets are nothing but coincidences, their eerie accuracy has become a topic of discussion on social media.

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Ritesh
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