Chris Gayle’s special celebration went viral after he took a wicket in the first delivery, Dale Steyn became a fan too – see video

In the fourth match of the five-match T20 series between South Africa and the West Indies, the Caribbean won by 21 runs. Captain Kieran Pollard played a stellar innings for the West Indies, while Dwayne Bravo took four wickets. Chris Gayle returned to the squad for the fourth T20, after dropping out of the XI in the previous match. Gayle could not show anything special with the bat, but he surprised everyone by taking a wicket on the first delivery of his bowling spell. After taking a wicket on the first delivery, Gayle is celebrating in a unique way, his video becoming quite viral on social media.

In fact, captain Kieran Pollard showed courage and gave Chris Gayle the second over bowling of South Africa innings. Gale, unable to do much with the bat, did not disappoint his captain with the ball, and Riza Hendrix showed his way to the pavilion on the first delivery of his spell. Hendricks was stumped for a big shot against Gayle. After Hendrix took the wicket, the Universe boss was seen cartwheeling in the middle ground. This style of celebrating Gail was very much loved by fans. At the same time, Dale Stein praised Gale’s cool style. Stein wrote on Twitter that “Chris Gayle is a cool cricketer.”

After losing the toss and opting to bat first, Lendl Simmons and Evin Lewis failed to give West Indies a good start. Louis returned to the pavilion after Enrich scored just 7 from Nortje. The explosive batsmen Chris Gayle (5) and Shimran Hettmeier (7) also had nothing special to do with the bat. However, skipper Kieran Pollard took the lead in the last over and took the news of the South African bowlers. Batting at a strike-rate of 204, Pollard scored 51 off just 25 balls and remains unbeaten. Chasing a target of 168, South Africa could only manage 146 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in 20 overs. Quinton de Kock scored the highest 60 for the team.

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