IPL 2023: ‘Spending Time With Shah Rukh Khan was…’, Chris Gayle recalls his best unforgettable IPL moments | Cricket news

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West Indies cricket legend Chris Gayle is a colorful character. He was known for his big sixes and bosses in the T20 format. The record for most runs in T20 cricket still belongs to Gayle, who has smashed 14562 runs in 463 matches at an average of 36.22 and a strike rate of 144.75. Additionally, he has 22 hundreds in the format and 88 fifties. In total, Gayle has hit 1056 sixes in the format and 1132 fours. He remains one of the best in the game and it will take something to top those numbers.

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Gayle is no longer part of the IPL as a player but has taken up the duty of providing expert commentary on the game. He was recently asked to talk about his 3 biggest unforgettable moments from his time in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Gayle played for 3 franchises. He started his career with Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) before switching base to Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and he ended his IPL stint with Punjab Kings (PBKS). Gayle singled out spending time with KKR co-owner and Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan as one of his best moments while playing in the league.

“Spending time with Shah Rukh Khan off the field, it was something amazing and amazing. What a gentleman he is and I will always cherish those moments and respect those moments. King Khan, my respect Sir,” Gayle told Jio Cinema d. their show ‘Unforgetabble Moments’.

He also picked his unbeaten knock of 175 runs against Sahara Pune Warriors while playing for RCB as one of his best moments. Gayle’s 175 remains the highest individual score in IPL history.

Mumbai Indians’ journey to riches in 2015 impressed Gayle to the extent that he picked the group stage, which Mumbai had to win by a certain run-rate to avoid elimination. The Rohit Sharma-led team not only qualified but also won the title that season.

Mumbai Indians qualifying for the playoffs from the position of being knocked out and then going on to win the tournament in 2015 are also among his favorite moments from the league. “They (MI) needed to qualify within 12 overs at a certain run-rate. They did that and went on to win the championship that year, basically from nothing to champions. Most teams, not just in the IPL , but overall can always reflect on that situation and use it as an example to show that you are never out of it. Never give up in life. When you get a chance it might be slim but go for it anyway , because you just never know,” Windies recalled playfully.

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