English fast bowler Jofra Archer has misplaced his prestigious World Cup-winning medal. The fast bowler from Barbados played an instrumental role and helped England lift the World Cup for the first time. He recently shifted his flat and has since then ‘gone mad’ but hasn’t been able to find his World Cup medal.
The 25-year-old disclosed that his World Cup medal was hanging off a portrait but since he has shifted to his new house surprisingly the medal is nowhere to be found. He has been trying his best to find the illustrious possession at his new house but till now he hasn’t been successful.
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Jofra Archer told BBC, “I had it hanging on the portrait someone did for me and sent it to me, I had my medal hanging on that. I moved my flat and the picture is still there on the new wall but there’s no medal. I turned the house upside down for a week but still, I haven’t managed to find it. It should be in the house so I will keep my eyes out for it but I’ve gone mad searching for it already”.
Meanwhile, Jofra Archer played his in his maiden World Cup last year and was the third-highest wicket-taker in the tournament with 20 wickets. He also bowled the epic Super over in the finals of the World Cup at the historic Lord’s Cricket Stadium. Archer managed to defend 2 off the last ball as Martin Guptill was run out while going for the second run. As a result, the hosts have crowned champions based on boundary count.
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Speaking about the Final Super over he said, “I wasn’t sure until I had gone down there and did warm-up. That doesn’t mean I didn’t want to bowl it, I just don’t think I was in a position to volunteer. I’d played the least games in the squad and I didn’t think it was my time to volunteer. It was the only super over in the entire World Cup and I never thought or planned anything about the situation it just happened”.