Archer finds lost World Cup medal

England’s world cup winning pacer Jofra Archer who earlier went crazy by searching for his World Cup medal that he had lost while moving flats, reveals that he finally has been reunited with his precious medal. "Randomly searching the guest bedroom and boom," he wrote.

He took to Twitter on Sunday share the good news with his fans as he uploaded a picture of the medal explaining he spotted it in the guest bedroom. “Randomly searching the guest bedroom and boom,” he wrote.

Earlier, the pacer reported that he had been looking for the World Cup medal in his new flat for beyond a week without any success.

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“I have a portrait that someone did of me and sent to me, so I had the medal hanging on that. I moved flats, the picture has been put on a new wall but there’s no medal. I’ve turned the house upside down for over a week, and still haven’t managed to find it,” he was quoted as saying by BBC.

The Barbadian-born English cricketer helped England win their first-ever men’s World Cup in 2019. He bowled the match-winning super over against New Zealand in the World Cup final which made him a hero to the entire nation. All the players of the World Cup squad including Archer were awarded a gold medal for being part of the team.

Here is Archer’s Tweet:

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