New Delhi: West Indian cricketer Chris Gayle is known as the one of the biggest entertainers in cricket world. Widely regarded as the most destructive batsman in limited-overs cricket, Gayle is a team player as well.
Thanks to Indian Premier League (IPL), the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) player, Gayle shares a close bond with many Indian cricketers as well.
Gayle enjoys a solid fan base in India. And as his autobiography, 'Six Machine: I Don’t Like Cricket… I Love It', launched recently, he has gifted the book to his RCB skipper Virat Kohli and teammate AB de Villiers.
In fact, the Jamaican, who gave his side an excellent start by scoring 38-ball 76 in the final of the IPL 9, gave one copy to famous Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh, who was interestingly represented SunRisers Hyderabad this season, who eventually won the title.
In a promotional stunt, Gayle posted these pictures with all three of his IPL friends, while presenting his book from his official Instagram account.