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Watch: After injuring Steve Smith, Jofra Archer copies his batting style

Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 22-08-2019 15:23 IST | Created: 22-08-2019 14:48 IST
Watch: After injuring Steve Smith, Jofra Archer copies his batting style
Image Credit: Twitter/cricketcomau

Ashes 2019, Second game faced a lot of trouble due to rains, but it did give some interesting moments, courtesy of Jofra Archer, to the fans to enjoy the power-packed performances topped with oozed drama. Australian right-hander Smith was ruled out of the third test, starting at Headingley on Thursday, after being struck in the neck by a vicious bouncer from England's paceman Jofra Archer.

Also Read: Archer's rocket-like speed puts Australia in puzzle

A video uploaded by Cricket Australia, Archer was seen copying Steve Smith's batting action. They tweeted, "Is that Jofra Archer or Steve Smith in the nets at Headingley?"

The second test match in the Ashes is sure to be remembered for a long time the way Jofra Archer has displayed the performance on his debut. His impact on the field was much more than the numbers as he released hellfire with his storming speeds that went as high as 96mph.



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