Chris Gayle needs no introduction. He can smash any bowler out of the park, he can bowl some useful off-spin in the middle, he can entertain with his dashing dance moves, you name it, and have it from Gayle. Sticking to his persona, the former West Indies cricketer once again entertained his fans with his dance move on the field in the ongoing Legends League Cricket, in Doha.
.@henrygayle in his natural mood, as always! 🥰#LegendsLeagueCricket #SkyexchnetLLCMasters #LLCT20 #YahanSabBossHain #IMvsWG pic.twitter.com/hH9XygwePo
— Legends League Cricket (@llct20) March 15, 2023
Fans witnessed his dance during the clash against India Maharajas where Gayle was spotted grooving on the famous song Gangnam Style. Ever since this song became a blockbuster in 2012, many West Indies cricketers have been spotted doing a step in the past also.
It’s just not about dance, he came to bat and hammered 57 off 46 balls chasing a paltry score of 137 runs. Former Australia’s all-rounder Shane Watson also played a useful hand of 26 and built a crucial stand with Gayle. Yusuf Pathan starred with the ball for Maharajas as he scalped two wickets.
Earlier, Maharajas could only make 136 runs with Suresh Raina scoring 49. Manvinder Bisla also made 36 coming down the order. For Giants, Brett Lee was the star of the bowlers after he picked three valuable wickets. Mpofu and Tino also joined Lee by taking a couple of wickets each.
Chris Gayle was named the Player of the match for his heroics with the bat. After this match, World Giants are standing at the top of the points table while India Maharajas are at third the bottom.
Always entertaining to see the universal BOSS in action.@henrygayle @visitqatar#LegendsLeagueCricket #SkyexchnetLLCMasters #LLCT20 #YahanSabBossHain #ALvsWG pic.twitter.com/44L6CsobfZ
— Legends League Cricket (@llct20) March 13, 2023
Earlier, Gayle smashed three back-to-back sixes off Dilshan in the game against Afridi-led Asia Lions on Monday.