Chris Gayle will participate in the second Legends League cricket season

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Chris Gayle, the opening batsman for the West Indies, has been confirmed to participate in the forthcoming second season of Legends League Cricket by the event’s organisers. In the shortest format of the game, Gayle holds the records for the most runs (now 10,000+), most hundreds, quickest hundred, and most fours and sixes.

His highest first-class score, which he made against Sri Lanka at Galle, made him only the fourth batsman after Don Bradman, Brian Lara, and Virender Sehwag to have two Test triples in their careers. The left-handed batter has amassed 15 Test hundreds and more than 7,000 runs across 103 matches, and he frequently wears the number 333 for many T20 franchises.

“Being a member of this elite league and competing against the most recognizable gaming legends fills me with great joy and enthusiasm. India, we’ll see you there “Gayle stated in a formal declaration.

The competition will be held in six Indian cities, as was previously announced. The tournament is scheduled to take place from September 17 to October 8, 2022, with matches being held in Kolkata, Lucknow, Delhi, Jodhpur, Cuttack, and Rajkot.

Three clubs, India Maharajas, World Giants, and Asia Lions, competed in the league’s inaugural season, which included seven games, in Muscat in January of this year.
“Being a member of this elite league and competing against the most recognizable gaming legends fills me with great joy and enthusiasm. India, we’ll see you there “Gayle stated in a formal declaration.

The competition will be held in six Indian cities, as was previously announced. The tournament is scheduled to take place from September 17 to October 8, 2022, with matches being held in Kolkata, Lucknow, Delhi, Jodhpur, Cuttack, and Rajkot.

Three clubs, India Maharajas, World Giants, and Asia Lions, competed in the league’s inaugural season, which included seven games, in Muscat in January of this year.

Four franchise-owned clubs will be included in the structure for Season 2. Season 2 of the league will have 15 games, which will take place in these six locations.

A unique cricket match in the Legends League Cricket will be played earlier by Sourav Ganguly, the former captain of India and current head of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Announcing his participation in a very special match in Season 2 of the Legends League Cricket, Ganguly made the news on Instagram.

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