Jofra Archer Concerns Elbow Injury after England’s 1st T-20 win over India, ICC T20 World Cup, Ashes, India over England | IND vs ENG: Jofra Acher, India’s first T-20 team sweeper, worries about it

AHMEDABAD: England’s fast bowler Jofra Acher has said he needs to put his elbow before aiming for his two goals of playing the T20 World Cup in India and the Ashes series in Australia.

Jofra Acher, who was out of the first two tests against the Indian team, took 3 wickets for 23 points in the first T20 match, after winning the match on Friday he said: “Let me think about my future. elbow.

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He said: “After this series I will do my best to play the World Cup and the Ashes.” Regarding the victory in the first T20, he said: “I am happy that this may have contributed to this victory. Whether I take 1 gate or 3, there is no change in my style. Sometimes getting wickets also depends on luck.

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– Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) March 13, 2021

England captain Eoin Morgan shocked everyone by introducing bowling to leg player Adil Rashid in the match. Rashid sent Indian captain Virat Kohli to the lodge without giving him a chance to open the account.

Jofra Acher said: “It’s nice to see how the strategy works. Rashid is a world class bowler and can perform well anywhere, taking out a dangerous batsman like Virat Kohli early was like a bonus.

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