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A batsman was hit on the face while playing pool cricket. The hilarious video has gone viral on the internet. England pacer Jofra Archer has also reacted to the viral post.

Giving fans of the gentlemen's game some quality content amid the coronavirus crisis, a video of two men playing cricket across a swimming pool has become the talk of the town. The entire sporting calendar is in shambles ever since the deadly coronavirus outbreak was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation in March last month. With no sporting action up for grabs as several affected nations are observing a total lockdown to contain the virus spread, fans and followers of the game are frequently using the power of social media to tackle boredom. 

Recently, a video of two men playing the gentlemen's game in some unconventional manner has got everyone buzzing on Twitter. A viral video of the duo playing pool cricket has gone viral on the microblogging site. In the viral video, the bowler can be seen getting a wicked bounce off the pool as the batsman is caught by surprise. Facing the delivery, the batsman tries to duck the ball but the uneven bounce gets the better of him. Thus, the ball ends up hitting his face to leave the bowler bursting into laughter.  

England's speed merchant Jofra Archer reacts to viral video

England pacer Jofra Archer, who is known for his witty tweets and insane 'predictions' also reacted to the viral post. Archer has remained an exciting prospect for the England side after making his debut for the side in 2019. The England pacer is also known for his age-old tweets which often ends up trending on the microblogging site.

In the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, the England cricket team is hoping to return to training soon. The England Cricket Board (ECB) has already confirmed that players are set to return to training as 18 bowlers will make their comeback to the practice arena this coming week. England can become the first nation to kick start training for its players amid the coronavirus pandemic which has disrupted the 2020 cricketing calendar.

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