Pakistan Super League (PSL) 6 Quetta Gladiators player Chris Gayle says he is currently returning home for his national duty with the West Indies team, But he will return to join his team Quetta Gladiators in the PSL stage in Lahore.
In a media interview after the defeat of Quetta Gladiators against Lahore Qalandars in Karachi, Chris Gayle said that he was sorry that he was leaving the league unfinished for the time being and going to West Indies as he has to join his national team. There is a lot of cricket left in the league and they will return to the Lahore stage.
The 41-year-old aggressive batsman said that his wish was not to miss any PSL match and to play in the entire league, which was the reason why he registered in this league.
Chris Gayle said that he came to Pakistan after 15 years and intended to impress the league with his performance and provide full entertainment to the people.
The batsman said that he is satisfied with his performance but he is sorry for the defeat of the team. The team did not want such a start but the tournament is just beginning. There are many matches. Hopefully, the Gladiators will forget the defeat of these two matches and will come back Playing positively in the rest of the matches.
On a question, Chris Gayle hoped to go ahead in the Pakistan Super League and see the full house crowd because it feels great when everyone on the field is encouraging a player by name. This not only makes the fight between the bowler and the batsman fun but also makes the atmosphere of the match better.
Talking about the match between Quetta and Lahore, Chris Gayle said that the bowlers of Lahore Qalandars bowled very well in the beginning and kept the Gladiators careful from the fast start. Later, a good partnership was formed with Sarfraz Ahmed, but perhaps the Gladiators’ team scored 20 runs less in the end, which led to the defeat.
It may be recalled that Chris Gayle, representing Quetta Gladiators, played an innings of 39 against Karachi Kings and 68 against Lahore Qalandars. However, the Gladiators lost both the matches.