It is no hidden fact that Chris Gayle loves spending time in India. Despite his inconsistent form in recent years, the swashbuckling batsman remains a favorite among the fans of the cash-rich Indian Premier League - a tournament which he has traditionally dominated and no player has ever come close to matching his brilliance. Interestingly, he's even earned a famous catchphrase every time he steps on the pitch called Gayle-storm.
While Chris Gayle continues to leave his fans in awe with his hard-hitting abilities on the pitch. Though, even when he's off it, he never fails to entertain. Recently, the veteran opening batsman who opted out of the ongoing ODI series against India, took his fans by shock by posting pictures of his visit to Mumbai.
Apart from pictures and videos where he's seen partying the night away at the different nightclubs in the city, Gayle could be seen enjoying his downtime in the Maximum City after he posted a picture of himself posing with a Mumbai police motorcycle.
The Universal Boss also took the opportunity to speak of his love for the country in his post. The caption read: ''GreatFull - ThankFull - I Love India!! 🙏🏿 #MumbaiMerijaan #OfficerGayle😊''
Earlier, On Friday, India's cricket god Sachin Tendulkar caught up with his former rival and West Indies great Brian Lara. Though, the meeting between two batsmen who had scored 27,874 Test runs between them wasn't planned.
Taking to Twitter to reveal the meeting of the rivals turned friends, Tendulkar posted a photo with a message, which read "Great way to welcome the weekend ... surprise visit from a good friend. Chillin’ with #BrianLara 😉 #FridayFun"
Lara is presently in the country amidst West Indies' ongoing tour of India. The two teams have already played out the Test series, which the hosts won 2-0. India currently enjoys a 1-0 after the two ODI matches played. After the first ODI saw India winning in a one-sided affair, many expected the second fixture to follow suite. However, the second ODI will be remembered for years after both the teams ended their respective innings on 321.