Jofra Archer gives a perfect reply to a troll who indirectly called him “Dog”

England international Jofra Archer is one of the best fast bowlers in the modern era. He is one of the very few bowlers who made an instant impact in such a short span of time. The Barbados-born fast bowler is known for his ability to bowl terrific wicket-taking deliveries.

Moreover, he is known to take wickets in crucial intervals, which has often helped the team gain a great advantage in the game. Time and again, he has helped the team get into its comfort zone. Notably, he has taken wickets when the situation demands.

Archer has represented the England cricket team in 13 Tests, 17 ODIs and 12 T20Is. He has taken 42 wickets in Tests, 30 wickets in ODIs and 14 wickets in T20Is. He has also played 35 games in the cash-rich Indian Premier League where he has taken 46 wickets to his name.

Mumbai Indians purchased his services for INR 8 crores at the IPL 2022 mega auction. He was expected to turn up for Mumbai Indians in the last season. However, due to injury, he was unavailable for the whole season.

However, he is expected to return to cricketing action for the next edition of the Indian Premier League. Meanwhile, Archer is famously called the Nostradamus of Twitter because of his accurate predictions. There were several instances of him predicting the future.

Jofra Archer gives a befitting reply to a troll on Twitter

Apart from that, he is known to give befitting replies to his haters or trolls on social media. The English pacer recently took to Twitter and added that he would never buy another dog from the United Kingdom. He wrote, “Never getting a dog from the UK again”

To which, one of the social media users wrote, “MI bought one for 8 cr”

Jofra Archer gives a perfect reply to a troll who indirectly called him "Dog"

To which, Jofra Archer gave him the best reply. “I hope you get the love you deserve one day”

Meanwhile, Jofra Archer has been ruled out of the remainder of the IPL 2023 season due to an injury. He played only five games for Mumbai Indians this season wherein he took two wickets to his name and failed to live to his reputation as a bowler.