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Jofra Archer's 10-Year-Old Post Goes Viral After Sanjay Manjrekar's 'Behave' Remark For Mumbai Indians Fans

England cricket team fast bowler Jofra Archer's 10-year-old social media post has gone viral after cricket commentator Sanjay Manjrekar asked the fans at the Wankhede Stadium to 'behave' during the IPL 2024 match between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals on Monday. There were loud boos when MI skipper Hardik Pandya came out for the toss and while introducing the two captains, Manjrekar asked the crowd to "behave" themselves. Amid all the chatter surrounding this incident, an old post on X (formerly Twitter) from Jofra has attracted the attention of cricket fans.


After losing three consecutive matches at the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024, Mumbai Indians (MI) skipper Hardik Pandya said that they will continue fighting in the T20 tournament.
In MI's previous encounter against Rajasthan Royals (RR), Pandya scored the highest for Mumbai with 34 off 21 deliveries, while Tilak Varma played a crucial knock of 32 runs in 29 balls, taking MI to 125/9 after Rajasthan bowlers absolutely bossed Mumbai batters in their homecoming match on Monday.

Pandya took to his official X (formerly Twitter) account and said that the Mumbai-based franchise will not give up in the ongoing season of IPL.

"If there's one thing you should know about this team, we never give up. We'll keep fighting, we'll keep going," Pandya wrote on X.

Summarizing the match, after winning the toss, RR opted to bowl first. Trent Boult (3/22) destroyed the MI top-order in the powerplay, reducing them to 20/4. A 56-run partnership between skipper Hardik Pandya (34 in 21 balls, with six fours) and Tilak Varma (32 in 29 balls, with two sixes) brought some order into the innings briefly before MI experienced a collapse again to end at 125/9 in 20 overs.