Chris Gayle Reveals something about “The Universe Boss” in Caribbean Premier League. Amid the match, Gayle got to be the first batsman in the world. Moreover, to score 14,000 runs in T20 cricket. It’s an affability of his match-winning 67 off 38 balls.
West Indies legend Chris Gayle has uncovered that the International Cricket Council. Doesn’t want him to sport ‘The Universe Boss’ sticker on his bat. After scoring a match-winning fifty. Against Australia in the third T20I. He said the ICC had asked him not to use the label on his bat. So that, he adjusts it to the word ‘The Boss’.
The International Cricket Council had made the request. It is because of copyright issues. And then Gayle said, “Yeah, yeah, yeah…Well I’ll have to copyright it”.
“ICC don’t want me to use the Universe Boss. So I have shortened it and just put ‘The Boss.’ I am the boss” Gayle said after the match. When asked if the ICC has copyright over ‘The Universe Boss’, Gayle said,
“Yeah, yeah, yeah.. Well I’ll have to copyright it”. Gayle was further asked by the host broadcaster if the ICC is technically the “boss of cricket”, he said, “No I am. Not them, not the ICC. I am technically the boss, Chris Gayle also added a statement.
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Amid the match, Gayle became the primary batsman within the world to score 14,000 runs. Also, in T20 cricket, the cordiality of his match-winning 67 off 38 balls. Chris Gayle was already the highest run-scorer in sports competitions. Moreover, with more than 3,000 runs ahead of the second-placed Kieron Pollard. He is nearing 11,000 runs in T20s.
Chris Gayle with captain Nicholas Pooran establishes an important partnership. Also, to help West Indies cross the 100-run mark. While chasing a low target of just 142 runs.