The big bashing batsman from the Caribbean, Chris Gayle is excited to be a part of Karachi Kings in the second edition of the Pakistan Super League and he believes that the franchise will perform better this time around.
The man, who made Gangnam style dance famous in cricket, stated that he will look to entertain his Pakistani admirers with his hard-hitting batting.
“I just want to say, I love you all and thanks for the support. Chris Gayle will try and entertain you guys as much as possible and keep hitting sixes, and make you all happy at the end of the day,” he said.
Talking to Dawn News, Chris Gayle said he was happy to become a part of Karachi Kings and he is excited to feature PSL once again, which is counted among the top cricketing leagues of the world.
The entertaining batsman showed solidarity with the people of Pakistan, who are deprived of international cricket since 2009, but, he thanked his Pakistani fans for supporting cricket and making PSL a success.
“I appreciate your support… You’ve been with us through thick and thin,” he stated.
The 37-year also revealed that he is trying to learn Urdu and he expects his Karachi Kings’ teammates to teach him ‘good’ words.
Chris Gayle featured Lahore Qalandars in the inaugural season of the PSL.