Jofra Archer, the English paceman, has added a lot of strength to the pace battery of the country. His consequentiality was clearly on display in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, where England recorded their maiden 50-over triumph by beating New Zealand in the super over.
Recently, the Barbados born sat down with former English captain Nasser Hussain to share his views on a plethora of things.
During the interview, Nasser went on to question Jofra about his future cricket plans as playing for England whilst managing tournaments like Big Bash League (BBL), Indian Premier League (IPL) and The Hundred could be tricky.
Answering the question, the pace spearhead replied that it isn’t possible to feature in all the cricketing action. The 24-year old, who played 4 Tests, 14 ODIs and 1 T20I so far for England, said that it is important to rest your body after you’ve bowled a lot of overs in a Test series.
While Jofra always sits hungry and excited for any form of cricket, he stressed the importance of being selective about the cricket action to balance things well.