Chris Gayle’s interview was viral, saying – I’m a ‘boss’ of cricket, not an ICC

In the third T20 International against Australia, Chris Gayle played 67 bubbling innings. In a post-match interview on Tuesday, Gayle said he technically believed he was the head of cricket and not the ICC. This interview with Gail is going viral on social media. Gale likes to call herself ‘The Universe Boss’. He showed his bat after the fifties. Gayle has scored fifty points in 2016 T20 Internationals.

Gayle scored 33 off 33 balls. Gayle’s admiration for cricket fans around the world. But this time the sticker on his bat did not include the word Universe. Asked about this in an interview, he said: “The ICC does not want to use the Universe boss behind their bat.” Gayle smiled further, ‘Only the boss is written on the bat. You know it’s the Universe Boss, but the ICC doesn’t want to put a Universe Boss sticker on my bat, so I’ve shortened it to Boss. I am the master.

When Gail asked him further whether the ICC had a copyright in ‘Universe Boss’, Gale still gave a funny answer. He said, ‘Yes, yes I should have patented it.’ After this, the reporter further stated that the ICC is technically the head of cricket, isn’t it? To this Gayle said, ‘No, no, not the ICC. I’m technically the boss. Gayle has not been the best for the West Indies for some time. That said, people should enjoy their game rather than their numbers.

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Gayle scored 67 off 38 balls. His innings helped the West Indies to a 6-wicket win over Australia in the T20I series. With this, Gayle became the first player to score 14,00 T20 runs. He hit seven sixes and four boundaries in his innings. He completed his fifty by hitting three consecutive sixes in Adam Jampa’s 11th over. Gale then raised his bat in his own style and showed the sticker of The Boss.

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