‘An open one’ – Chris Gayle’s hilarious reply when a fan asked him about his favourite beer
Gayle was scheduled to play for Kings XI Punjab in the upcoming edition of Indian Premier League.
Updated - Mar 22, 2020 12:25 pm
Cricket is dealt with a major blow due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The players have nothing to do but to sit back at their home and wait until the situation comes under control. Meanwhile, Chris Gayle, the veteran West Indian cricketer has come out with a hilarious clip on social media that has gone viral in no time.
At the moment, the situation is quite bad for human life on planet earth. The governments are forced to take a strong step of lockdown in the states due to alarming conditions. A virus that is spreading on a very high rate has left a question mark on the lives of many individuals. Same goes with the sports industry as the cricket councils of the respective countries have issued orders to bring cricket tournaments to a halt for quite some time until things get back to normal.
Chris Gayle shares a TikTok video while drinking beer
Amid the self-quarantine phase, many cricketers have shared hilarious videos for their fans across social media. Recently, Chris Gayle, the left-hand batsman from West Indies shared a TikTok video on his official Instagram handle. The clip is quite funny in which an anonymous person asks Gayle about his favourite beer. Soon, the cricketer replies in a hilarious fashion saying– ‘An open one’.
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It is well known that Gayle is quite a funny character, who always comes out with some hilarious clips and comments on social media. Earlier, Yuvraj Singh, the former Indian cricketer had shared a clip in which the West Indian cricketer was spotted trying his hand at saying a Hindi dialogue. Regarded as a gem of personality, Gayle brings energy and positivity for whichever team he plays.
Gayle was scheduled to play for Kings XI Punjab in the upcoming edition of Indian Premier League that was scheduled to begin from 29th of March. However, due to the outbreak of COVID-19, things go out of control and BCCI was forced to reschedule the tournament to around mid-April. Meanwhile, there are still questions if the cash-rich league will kick off or get abandoned this year.