Gailatum, Firework Half-Century, Good Score for Gujarat Giants in Legends League

Gayle added 40 runs for the opening wicket with Lendl Simmons. The Gujarat giants, who lost captain Parthiv Patel (1) and Kevin O’Brien (4), collapsed to 51-3, but Gayle, who formed a good partnership with Yashpal Singh, took Gujarat past 100.

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First Published Sep 30, 2022, 10:29 PM IST

Jodhpur: West Indies’ Chris Gayle, the universal boss of T20 cricket, continued his career in Legends League. Gayle, who came to the crease for Gujarat Giants against Bilwara Kings in Legend League Cricket, scored 68 runs off 40 balls. Gayle’s innings consists of nine fours and three sixes. With the batting excellence of Gayle and Yashpal Singh, who scored a half-century, Gujarat Giants scored 181 runs for the loss of seven wickets in 20 overs.

Gayle added 40 runs for the opening wicket with Lendl Simmons. The Gujarat giants, who lost captain Parthiv Patel (1) and Kevin O’Brien (4), collapsed to 51-3, but Gayle, who formed a good partnership with Yashpal Singh, took Gujarat past 100.

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Yashpal Singh hit 58 off 37 balls with six fours and two sixes. In the final overs, Yashpal Singh and Thisara Perera, who scored 19 runs off 11 balls, put on a blistering batting effort to score 186 runs for the loss of seven wickets in 20 overs. Lendl Simmons scored 22 runs off 18 balls.

Malayali player Sreesanth, who bowled for Bilwara Kings, took one wicket for 32 runs in three overs and conceded 32 runs in two overs, but Yusuf Pathan took two wickets. When Gayle was returned by Watson, Yashpal Singh was run out by Phil Edwards’ direct throw in the final overs. Sreesanth dropped England spinner Graeme Swann.

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Last Updated Sep 30, 2022, 10:29 PM IST

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