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Jofra Archer Finds 'missing' 2019 World Cup Medal After 7 Days Of Searching

England and Rajasthan Royals pacer Jofra Archer bowled England to victory in the Super Over at the World Cup 2019 final against New Zealand last year.

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England pace ace Jofra Archer finally managed to recover his missing World Cup 2019 medal after a week of digging through his house. The cricketer played a crucial role in England’s victorious World Cup campaign last year. Apart from his success in England cricket, Jofra Archer has also been a widely recognised name among Indian fans through his appearances for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

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Jofra Archer Super Over World Cup 2019 hero re-discovers prize

Earlier, Jofra Archer told BBC Radio 5 that he lost his World Cup 2019 medal and has been searching for it for “over a week”. However, the cricketer found his prize and took to Twitter to post a picture of the same on Sunday, April 26. In the caption, the pacer wrote that he found his medal while he was randomly searching his guest bedroom.

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Jofra Archer Super Over World Cup 2019 – a recap

England faced New Zealand in the World Cup 2019 final. While the scores remained level after 100 overs, the affair then shifted to a tie-breaking Super Over. England captain Eoin Morgan handed over the responsibility to a young Jofra Archer, who had made his international debut just a month before the launch of the tournament. With 16 to defend in the over, Archer kept Martin Guptill and Jimmy Neesham down to 15 as England won the match on a boundaries count.

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Rajasthan Royals: Jofra Archer in IPL 2020

During the IPL 2020 trading and transfer window, Jofra Archer became one of the 11 cricketers to be retained by Rajasthan Royals for the now-postponed IPL 2020 season. The franchise retained the cricketer for ₹7.2 crore ($1 million). The right-arm pacer has been part of the Rajasthan Royals team since IPL 2018.

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