Chris Gayle has started preparation for the upcoming edition of IPL
Well Known as Universe Boss, Chris Gayle has been one of the phenomenal batters, especially in the shortest format of the game. He has gained a lot of fans after getting featured in the Indian Premier League where he was loved mostly loved by the Royal Challengers Bangalore fans.
Moreover, he is one of the most loved cricketers in the world as he never fails to entertain the fans on the field or off the field. However, the Caribbean giant has left unsold in the mega auction of this season.
But most of the fans know the fact that Chris Gayle was once a nightmare for the bowlers in this format of the game.
The Jamaican has started to prepare himself ahead of the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League and also shared a picture on his Instagram story captioning, "Work just start!! Lets go, In prep for IPL next year!"
There’s a real hunger to get it right: Paul Collingwood
The former English skipper Paul Collingwood has been amazed by the questions raised against Joe Root in recent times. Once the ruler of the Test format, the England side has been struggling to win games as they even lost the recently concluded three-match Test series against West Indies.
Moreover, they have also been whitewashed by the Australian team in the Ashes as they lost the series by 0-4. In that case, Paul Collingwood has shared a few words about Joe Root to the British media and said, "Sometimes it amazes me that he gets questioned, because of how it feels within the dressing room.
It’s the first time I’ve experienced him as a head coach and worked with him. You can see the passion, the drive. There’s a real hunger to get it right. These aren’t just words coming out of his mouth," Collingwood was quoted as saying by The Guardian.
"He’s desperate to get the team back to winning games of cricket. I can’t say anything but positivity in terms of what he has done leadership-wise in the dressing room, trying to move this team forward," said Collingwood.
Here is the post shared by Chris Gayle: