WATCH | Jofra Archer Takes The 'Bottle Cap Challenge' With A Unique Twist

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England pacer Jofra Archer also joined the bandwagon and took the ‘The Bottle Cap Challenge’ and being the quirky being he is, he did the challenge with a twist.

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Why should one do a viral challenge in a conventional way, when you can give it a twist? Netizens and celebrities have been giving their own spins to the current Internet sensation, ‘The Bottle Cap Challenge’. Opening it with the hand, doing it blindfolded and knocking three bottle caps with one kick, were some of the innovations of the challenge. 

England pacer Jofra Archer also joined the bandwagon and took the ‘The Bottle Cap Challenge’ and being the quirky being he is, he did the challenge with a twist. He did the challenge in association with Coca-Cola and shed light on how to recycle. He posted the video on Twitter. Wearing a white training kit and plastic coke bottles as wickets he dislodged the cap with a ripper. The cap falls into a recycle bin as Archer shuts it. The aim of the video is to spread awareness around recycling and to tell the fans that the bottles should b sent for recycling with the caps on.

He tweeted "Check out this version of the #bottlecapchallenge for Coca-Cola When you recycle your empty bottles, remember to keep the cap on! #challengeaccepted #recycle #cricket #ad."

Watch the video here: 

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The netizens were impressed with Archer's version of the challenge and flooded the video with reactions. Here are a few reactions:

This user took a dig at the controversial World Cup final. 

Archer might have joined the wrong sport.  

We talking about an LBW decision, here?  

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