Jofra Archer regains World Cup winner medal after English superhero fears he will be lost in recent move
- Jofra Archer finished as England’s first boxer at the 2019 World Cup
- He also knocked down the super historic in the final against New Zealand at Lord’s
- But Archer thought he had lost his medal despite the house’s upheaval
- He spent most of the coronavirus confinement period looking for his medal
- Now Archer found the medal after “randomly searching the guest room”
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Jofra Archer recovered his World Cup winner medal on Sunday after losing it after a move.
Sportsmail Columnist Archer said in a BBC radio interview on Saturday that he was frantically searching lucklessly for his precious memory of England’s first 50-year-old world champion title at Lord’s last July.
Just over 24 hours later, however, the 25-year-old posted a photo on Twitter next to his 2019 Ashes medal, captioned: “Random search in the guest room and the boom.” .
Jofra Archer finally found his triumph World Cup winner in England in 2019
The 25-year-old was England’s main ticket keeper at the tournament with 20 scalps
Archer also knocked down the super historic in Lord’s final against New Zealand
Archer recently moved apartments in the same building in Hove, overlooking Sussex, which meant the precious possession probably hadn’t gotten far.
The medal has been hanging on the corner of an oil portrait of himself since the end of last summer and he therefore panicked when he realized that it was no longer in its usual position.
“I think it’s a good place for that,” he said, when suggested that it was an unusual place to keep it.
Archer said he went “mad” looking for “lost” medal after recent move
But the 25-year-old found the silverware by “randomly searching the guest room”
The ECB was ready to make a statement to the ICC on behalf of Archer for a replacement if he had really lost the original.
And the ICC has confirmed that it would have granted such a request because spare parts are made in the event of such eventualities.
Born in Barbados, speed pitcher Archer qualified to play for England 12 months ago and became a household name when he knocked down the super who defied the New Zealand challenge in the final of Last July, after finishing as the main counter of the Eoin Morgan team with 20 wicket tournaments at 23.05 each runs.