Chris Gayle's different style in IND-PAK match… met the legends one by one, then…

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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Chris Gayle is not seen playing active cricket. Chris Gayle is often seen commentating during live matches.Chris Gayle was seen commentating in the India-Pakistan match.

New Delhi. Before the match between India and Pakistan started, many big stars were seen at Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York. From Sachin Tendulkar to Yuvraj Singh, Shahid Afridi to Wasim Akram, everyone was seen cheering the audience on the field. Chris Gayle was also present on the field along with the legends. Meanwhile, he did something that surprised everyone. Actually, Chris Gayle himself has been a legendary batsman of West Indies. He has made his name in the world as an explosive batsman. Despite this, he was seen taking autographs of legends of India and Pakistan.

Chris Gayle was seen taking these autographs not on paper or in hand but on his blazer. He came on the field wearing a white blazer. On this blazer, he was seen taking autographs of cricketers like Sachin, Dravid, Virat, Ravi Shastri, Rohit Sharma and Babar Azam. Chris Gayle was also seen having a lot of fun during this time in the cameras of Star Sports. Chris Gayle is currently not active in international cricket.

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The shadow of rain is looming over the match between India and Pakistan. Babar Azam won the toss and invited Rohit Sharma and company to bat first. No change has been made in Team India's playing eleven. At the same time, Pakistan's team is facing India in this match after losing to America in the super over in the last match. According to the scheduled time, this match was to start at 8 pm. Somehow the match started at around 9 pm. Virat and Rohit came to bat but then the match had to be stopped due to rain.

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