Jofra Archer 'Moment' From Ashes 2019 3rd Test Match: Pacer Returns Watermelon-Balloon Back to Crowd, Audience Sings in Praise (Watch Video)
Jofra Archer during Ashes 2019 third Test. (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

England pacer Jofra Archer is making all the right moves, not just on the ground but also off it. During the third Ashes 2019 Test match, Archer volunteered to return back the watermelon balloon that crossed over the spectators stand. In the recent Jofra Archer 'moment', the Barbados born English cricketer won a legion of fans with the same effortless swag with which he picks wickets. Ashes 2019: Jofra Archer Imitates Steve Smith’s Unique Batting Stance in England Nets Ahead of Headingley Test (Watch Video).

Though Archer had a great time with the ball in the first innings of the third Ashes test at Headingley, England had a forgettable outing as the hosts were bundled for 67! Kevin Pietersen finds out a hilarious way of tackling Jofra Archer's bouncers.

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Australia ended Day 2 on a strong note in the context of the match. The defending Ashes champions ended Day 2 on 171/6. Australia currently leads England by 283 runs with four wickets and three days of play still remaining.

Though Australia were without the services of their prime Test batsman Steve Smith, the Australian bowlers and especially Josh Hazelwood made light work of the England batting line-up. Australia were all-out for 179, but thanks to the bowlers, the score provided a decent lead to the visitors as an important Day 3 awaits fans.