The reward being able to push Australia on the backfoot, despite trailing 1-0.
After being handed his Test cap in the second match at Lord's, the 24-year-old who hails from Barbados, starred in the tense draw. Many hail that Archer's heroics at Lord's have changed the course of Test cricket. There was nothing extraordinary about his debut Test match figures of 5/91, but his exhilarating pace -- touching speeds of around 95mph -- and his attacking bouncers that floored Steve Smith and troubled the other Aussie batmen have left all in awe.
"It's part of the game and a big part of Jofra's game -- being aggressive, not letting batsmen settle," Stokes was quoted as saying by the ICC website. "That bouncer of his is a huge asset and he's going to keep on doing it."