Jofra Archer managed to keep his economy under 6 with the ball against Mumbai Indians (MI), but he had a really tough day on the field. Archer dropped three catches in the match. He gave Hardik Pandya two and Quinton de Kock, MI's highest scorer in the innings, one lifeline.
Archer is usually one of the finest fielders but today it wasn't his day.
De Kock utilized the opportunity to score a half-century. It was the third over of the match when Mumbai lost their skipper Rohit Sharma and could have lost another opener on the last ball of Shreyas Gopal's innings, but Jofra couldn't keep the hold on the ball, giving De Kock a chance.
The MI left-handed batsman who was at 6 (9) when dropped, went on to score 65 (47). Hardik Pandya was lucky to survive twice, with the unlucky bowler being Jaydev Unadkat both times.
Twitterati was shocked to see Jofra dropping catches and they went on to roast him for his fielding effort. Here are some of the tweets: