BRISBANE: Wearing red bandanna around his head, a 6’2” giant standing calm and steady on his crease, holding golden bat of Spartan, rotating his eyes around the field and then focusing on the bowler who has sprinted with full rhythm.
Just one six away from a mammoth tally of 600 sixes in T20, at last ball of the third over. Chris Gayle has rightly gauged that Andrew Feteke will bowl back with the same length as his previous delivery, Andrew Feteke did not change his line and length for the two other deliveries. Chris moves a little and smashes the bowl towards long-on flying it out of the boundary which was celebrated by the spectator in navy blue t-shirt, who caught the bowl, along gigantic crowd but you can see Chris as calm as ever as if he had done nothing big.
Gayle has played 228 matches and 224 innings he played around the world from different teams with different colour kits, logos, brands and franchises.
Overall T20 Stats of Chris Gayle
The number two in hitting most sixes is also his team mate Kieron Pollard but far behind with 388 sixes. The difference of 212 sixes clearly shows who is the King of the Sixes. Apart from being the only player to hit 600 sixes, he is also third in hitting most number of fours (653), while King of the Fours is Brad Hodge with 664 4s and Brendon McCullum standing at 605 4s.