Chris Gayle’s ‘cry-baby face after umpire denied his appeal

Chris Gayle’s ‘cry-baby face after umpire denied his appeal

Chris Gayle’s ‘cry-baby face after umpire denied his appeal (Pic Source : thecrickettimes)

The Universe boss Chris Gayle is currently playing for Jozi Stars in the Mzansi Super League 2019. He wasn’t selected in West Indies squad for the Afghanistan series. After the world cup 2019, Chris Gayle took U-turn from retirement and continues to play International cricket but he is not part of West Indies current team so he playing in the leagues.

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During a match of Mzansi Super League between Jozi Stars and Paarl Rocks, Chris Gayle bowled the opening over of the inning. Gayle bowled a length delivery and batsman missed the bowls and Gayle appealed for LBW but umpire Denied. During this Appealed, Chris Gayle makes a ‘cry-baby’

Here is  the Video of Chris Gayle’s appeal

Talking about this match, Paarl Rocks won this match by four wickets. South African captain Faf Du Plessis is leading Paarl Rocks in MSL 2019.

Faf du Plessis after the match, “There was a call that we made to go for the bonus point when it was tight. When you get close like that you really want it. We were much better, we made a few mistakes with the ball in the last game. But the guys were exceptional today. Some of the dropped catches weren’t ideal. Vince, once again for the second time in a row was exceptional. Pretorius was sent up the order to go for the target, and the message to him was to finish the game off quickly. Mosehle too was really good at the end. Very thankful for the crowd out there, they always come out in large numbers.”

Dwaine Pretorius after the match, “I think we let ourselves down in the last game. Unfortunate to miss out on the bonus point by one ball. The really cool crowd and is great to play in front of them. I am trying to take the game deep and I have a bit of freedom. James Vince has been phenomenal in the last few games; there are a few big players who aren’t firing but I think we’ll all peak at the right time.”

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