Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford was left impressed by football skills of Jofra Archer in the second ODI against Australia in Manchester. England won the game by 24 runs to keep the three-match series alive at 1-1.

The home side bounced back from nowhere to take the game home. Archer and Chris Woakes bowled exceedingly well sharing six wickets among themselves to win the game by 24 runs at Southampton.

Meanwhile, during the Australian innings, the England pacer was seen nutmegging captain Eoin Morgan after delivery to Alex Carey. He also shared the video of the same on his Twitter handle.

Rashford impressed by football skills of Archer

Best part of the night for me,” Archer captioned the picture with a series of laughing emojis and added “close em skip,” probably referring to Morgan’s legs. He also tagged Marcus Rashford to ask for his opinion on his football skills.

Much to the happiness of Jofra Archer, Rashford responded after watching the video. “My brother so great to see you happy doing what you’re doing. And you’re DOING it,” Rashford wrote in response to Archer’s video.

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Sam Billings Respons to Archer’s Trickery

Archer’s teammate Sam Billings also responded to the trickery of the pacer. “How good is a nutmeg,” he wrote, to which Rashford replied, “Live for it!“.

Meanwhile, a good overall performance from England helped them level the series on Sunday (September 13). From 149 for 8 in the 40th over, Adil Rashid (35) and Tom Curran (37)added 76 to help England reach 231 for 9 in their 50 overs.

Chris Woakes then finished with figures of three for 32. It was Archer who bagged a Man of the Match performance for his spell of 3 for 34.

The decider between England and Australia will be played on September 16, after which the players playing in the IPL 2020 will leave for the UAE.

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Players from both teams will be available for their respective teams from the very first match of the IPL. This happened after the IPL governing council sat for a meeting with the UAE government and requested the authorities to lift the mandatory quarantine rule.