New Delhi: Two of a biggest and hardest hitters of a cricket ball, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Chris Gayle intent in some on theatre chaff during an eventuality here on Monday, mimicking any other and carrying some fun.
West Indian batting good Gayle initial mimicked Dhoni’s law helicopter shot in front of a media and others as India’s singular over captain done fun of a Jamaican left-hander’s using between a wickets.
Gayle is famous for attack large shots and barbarous for not using between a wickets a lot. At that, Gayle piped: “Actually, we am a quickest between a wickets”, usually to get a respond from Dhoni that “yes that is true. Chris is a quickest from a leg branch to a off stump” before enacting Gayle’s batting style.
Gayle also talked about his loyalty with associate Jamaican — and a fastest male on a world — Usain Bolt, joking that someday he might outpace a 100 metres scurry king.
The 36-year-old Gayle, who has played 103 Tests and 269 One-Day Internationals (ODI), told a assembly that he had recently met Bolt and partied with him, also posting a sketch of a dual together on Twitter.
Just afterwards Dhoni, during his wittiest best, asked if a assembly knew how Bolt had learnt how to run that fast.
“Actually Gayle used to strike those prolonged sixes and Bolt would run and get them back. That is how he got his speed,” replied Dhoni that sent a assembly into splits.