Chris Gayle does not need any introduction in world cricket he is by far the most destructive batsman in modern day cricket. The left-handed batsman only knows how to attack the bowlers it doesn't what the format is, the defensive term is not even there in his dictionary. Gayle made his international debut against India in a One Day International at Toronto where he got out on one run. The Jamaican giant has travelled almost all over the world where cricket is played. He has some astonishing stats in all three formats Test, One Day and T20. He is the only batsman to score a triple century in Test, double century in ODI and century in T20 format. He almost plays every T20 league like Indian Premier League, Big Bash, Caribbean Premier League, Afghanistan Premier League. Chris Gayle 175* in the IPL gave him the title ‘Universe Boss'.read more
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) took to Twitter after the India-England warm-up match to share a picture of Dhoni chatting with Gayle.
West Indies cricketing legend Sir Vivian Richards has rebuffed big-hitter Chris Gayle for saying that he "has no respect" for Curtly Ambrose.
Babar reached the four-figure mark in his 187th innings the format, after reaching the 25-run mark during Central Punjab's chase of 120.
Gayle has decided to leave the IPL bio-bubble to "take a break" and "refocus" on helping West Indies in the upcoming T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman.
Newly-picked South African batsman Aiden Markram made way for Gayle at No.3 in the lineup with Nicholas Pooran, Fabian Allen, and Adil Rashid being the other overseas players
Gayle is known as a T20 phenom, scoring 14261 runs in the format, which is the most ever by any cricketer.
Gayle is currently in UAE training with the Punjab Kings side for the remainder of IPL 2021 beginning on Sunday.
CWI President Ricky Skerritt described Gayle as the best T20 cricketer of all time and expressed pleasure that he is still entertaining fans all over the world.
Gayle smashed seven sixes and four fours as he top-scored for the West Indies, who clinched the series with two matches still to be played.
Gayle now sits at the top of highest-run scorer in the format with 14,038 runs with compatriot Kieron Pollard a distant second at 10,836 runs.
The 41-year-old left-hander slogged seven sixes and four boundaries as he posted his first Twenty20 International half century since an unbeaten 100 against England in March 2016.
The 'Universe Boss' later revealed that his teammates had asked him to pull off Kevin Sinclair's celebration.
The Mulgrave Cricket Club, who play in Melbourne's Eastern Cricket Association (ECA) third-tier competition, said they are also in talks with West Indies legend Brian Lara and South Africa great AB de Villiers.
Gayle will be back with the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots, a team he had represented in 2017 and 2018, a release said.
Against a potent RCB bowling unit, Rahul and Gayle added 80 runs for the second wicket before the latter departed for 46 in the 11th over
Chasing a modest total, Mayank and KL Rahul got Punjab off to an excellent start by scoring 45 in the PowerPlay.
The veteran cricketer believes he still has "plenty in the tank left...looking forward to plenty more cricket." But Gayle's batting returns haven't been impressive yet.
Rashid has now dismissed Gayle five times in T20 cricket. Only Harbhajan Singh (6) and Dwayne Bravo (7) have dismissed him more on more occasions.
41-year-old Gayle hopes to adjust to Chennai's gruelling conditions as his side takes on Sunrisers Hyderabad at the MA Chidambaram Stadium
Punjab Kings scored a mammoth 221/6 with captain KL Rahul scoring 91 off 50 balls on Monday.