Chris Gayle wore the Indian ethnic and he looked spruce.
Rulers XI Punjab posted photos of a couple of players on their Twitter account wearing Kurta Pajama in front of their Indian Premier League conflict against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Hyderabad.
Gayle, who investigates every possibility in engaging his plenty of fans over the world, is imagined sitting with lemonade in his grasp.
Gayle, who missed the past match against Delhi Daredevils with soreness, will be key against Sunrisers if pronounced fit for the amusement. The last time these two sides went head to head, Gayle struck a record sixth IPL hundred.
In-frame Chris Gayle casual as he recovers from soreness
The 38-year-old had an amazing start to his IPL 2018 crusade. In the three matches so far in the IPL, Gayle has scored 229 keeps running with a strike rate of 170.89.
In his first match of the season against Chennai Super Kings, the transcending batsman hit his second quickest IPL 50 off only 22 balls to enable KXIP to secure a fundamental win.
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In his second match, Gayle went wild as he crushed his sixth IPL hundred (104*) to hand Sunrisers Hyderabad their first annihilation of the season.
Against Kolkata Knight Riders, Gayle made an unbeaten 62 off 38 balls to enable his group to win by nine wickets.
The 34-year-old’s purple fix is a monstrous turnaround in fortunes for a player who nearly went unsold in the 2018 closeout.
Gayle was gotten by KXIP in the sale at his base cost of INR 2 crore in the third round after he went unsold in the initial two rounds.
He’s as of now averaging 229 for KXIP while he found the middle value of 43.32 playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore and 30.86 when he played for KKR.