Fan’s broken nose due to RCB’s dreaded opener’s six, women started waving placards in the field, batter was upset

New Delhi. This incident is related to West Indies’ dashing batsman Chris Gayle, famous for his stormy batting and long sixes. This incident was disclosed by Chris Gayle himself during a talk show. Gayle told that this thing happened while playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL. According to Chris Gayle, during a league match, I hit such a six that the ball hit the wall and hit a young female fan on the nose. She got soaked in blood. He was taken to the hospital in a hurry.

After the match, when I reached the hospital to meet him, I was very disappointed. Gayle told that the woman was in a lot of trouble, but she told me why do you get upset, and hit sixes. Chris Gayle could come out of Gilt only after hearing this from the woman. But when this thing became common the next day, Gail’s problems increased.

Actually, Chris Gayle’s female fans liked this way of meeting him. In the next match of Royal Challengers Bangalore, women started waving placards, on which it was written – Please break my nose so that I can meet you in the hospital.

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During the show, Chris Gayle recalled his 175-run innings played for RCB in IPL 2013 and said that if I had got the strike, I would have scored a double century. In the match, AB de Villiers scored an inning of 30 runs in 18 balls. Chris Gayle scored an unbeaten 175 in 66 balls against Pune Warriors. On the basis of this innings, Gayle had made many records in his name, which have not been broken till date. Gayle scored a century in just 30 balls, which is the fastest century in IPL history. Chris Gayle hit 17 sixes against Pune. This is the record of most sixes in an innings.

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