After making David Warner go 'Oh Jesus' in the second T20I, Jofra 'madman' Archer shook the Aussie opener with his presence as he dismissed him early in the first ODI. Archer took the dangerous Warner out, striking early to make inroads with a stunner of a delivery that left made everyone go wow.
After having a torrid time in last year's Ashes, David Warner would have been anxious to set the ball rolling in his preferred format- limited-overs cricket, this time around in the UK. But he failed to bag Australia the game in the first T20I despite a fifty, flopped in the second T20I and again failed to show up in the ODI series opener with a 14-ball-6, albeit this time, there was little he could do with Archer acing the brand new white cherry.
As if the snorter that the World Cup winner exhibited in the second T20I to make Warner go 'oh jesus' wasn't enough, Jofra delivered a ripper to stun Warner in the ongoing first ODI in Manchester and he looks desperate to do a Broad and make him his bunny, having dismissed him thrice in as many games, on this tour, thus far.
After giving away seven runs in his first over, the young fast bowler made amends and disturbed Warner's woodwork with an unplayable 90mph delivery that pitched up around the middle stump. The Aussie southpaw tried to cover the angle but then came a late twist, generally considered the most fatal- the dreaded late movement. It opened up Warner, outfoxed his outside edge and smashed the top of off-stump. Bingo! As good as it gets from a right-handed pacer to a left-hander. Archer living many a bowler's dream.
Warner's stunned facial expression revealed the whole story and there are high chances that Warner will see Archer shattering his stumps even in his dreams tonight.