In a Mzansi Superleague match happening between Jozi Stars and Paarl Rocks of South Africa, the Jozi Stars player Chris Gayle made a funny gesture. The West Indian batsman was bowling to Paarl Rocks opening batsman Henry David. After he bowled, the ball hit the pad and Gayle appealed for an LBW funnily. When the umpire remained unconvinced, he went to the umpire and repeated his gesture of appealing. Watching that, umpire burst into laughter as well. Spectators in the stadium too enjoyed this spectacle.
Chris Gayle is considered one of the most destructive batsmen ever in Twenty20 (T20) cricket. He has set numerous records across all three formats of cricket.
Watch the hilarious appeal from Chris Gayle
Big appeal from the Universe Boss💪
He wanted it so badly😜
— Mzansi Super League 🔥 🇿🇦 🏏 (@MSL_T20) November 22, 2019
Gayle failed to take any wicket in that match and could only score a run. His team Jozi Star also lost the match by four wickets.
Chris Gayle’s last match at the Mzansi Super League saw him scoring a quick-fire knock of 54, but his team lost the match by 20 runs to Tshwane Spartans.
Gayle left the tournament on Monday. He said that he was not getting enough respect and was becoming a burden on the team.
In this year’s MSL, Jozi Stars’ have lost all the six matches they played so far.