Jofra Archer happy to show he has more than just pace after Ashes 6-45
Jofra Archer believes he demonstrated he is not just a one-trick pony after recording a six-wicket haul despite toning down the pace on the opening day of the third Ashes Test.
England’s man of the moment regularly exceeded 90mph on his Test debut at Lord’s last week, peaking at 96.1mph, and though there was no repeat of those speeds at Headingley, Archer compensated with probing lines and lengths.
Mumbai Indians batsman Surya Kumar Yadav got hit on the helmet off Rajasthan Royals' Jofra Archer and smacked a six off the next ball. He said, "That was one of the best moments, I felt of that game from my point of view. After getting hit place for that shot. Hardik was there in the other hand and he was like boss this is the time let's do something different," said Yadav. "Telling about his shot I was practicing during the lock down back home, thinking about anything else I just tried and execute and it worked out really well and I was really happy for that," said Yadav.