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Chris Gayle celebrates in a unique way after dismissing Reeza Hendricks


Chris Gayle is one of the best entertainers when it comes to the limited-overs format. He is known for his explosive batting style and has the ability to dominate any best bowling line-up at ease. Moreover, the Universe Boss will take over the game once he gets the ball under his eyes.

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Coming to the point, Chris Gayle made a unique celebration during yesterday’s game against the visitors “South Africa.” The skipper of South Africa, Temba Bavuma opted to field first after winning the toss. The Proteas got the expected start as they removed both Evin Lewis and Chris Gayle in the powerplay overs.

Shimron Hetmyer followed them with single-digit numbers. But the opener Lendl Simmons charged on the other and scored 47 runs before being dismissed by George Linde. The skipper Kieron Pollard joined the action and took the responsibility himself.

He smashed 51 off just 25 balls and helped his side to post a total of 167 runs. Likewise South Africa, the hosts also got the same start as Chris Gayle removed Reeza Hendricks and celebrated uniquely.

Watch the video here:

Summary of the game:

After the wicket of Reeza Hendricks, Obed McCoy removed Temba Bavuma when he was batting on 7 runs. But Quinton de Kock was seemed to be unstoppable on the other end as he went through the West Indies bowling alley all around the park.

Aiden Markram played a decent cameo and went back to the dressing room with the number of 20. Rassie van der Dussen and David Miller also failed to contribute with the willow and retired back to the pavilion with cheap scores.

Quinton de Kock stood still at 18th over and scored 60 off 43 balls and given all he had for his side. In the end, West Indies won the game by 16 runs and levelled the series by 2-2.

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