Video and Photos: Elated scenes of the epic encounter between Karachi Kings vs Islamabad United

Chris Gayle smashed a 17-ball 44 to see his side home and in the process sending Islamabad United packing in the high-octane Pakistan Super League.

Chris Gayle has gone from strength to strength in the Middle East and this time his willow is answering the critics and how. Representing the Karachi Kings, Chris Gayle smashed a 17-ball 44 to see his side home and in the process sending Islamabad United packing in the high-on entertainment Pakistan Super League. It seemed it was an all Caribbean affair at the swanky Dubai stadium, with Kieron Pollard contributing with the bat and on-the field. Karachi Kings managed to oust their opposition by 6 wickets.

But what followed after the match was a scene to witness. In fact with the West Indians in the mix such things are bound to happen the after match celebrations and the images on the field.

Gayle was the centre of attraction for fans in the Dubai stadium as they went up in a rapturous fashion on seeing Gayle wave at them, and understandably so. It was Kireon Pollard who sealed the match in the penultimate ball, it surely was a nail biter and the crowds did manage to get their money’s worth.

Chris Gayle will also have a big Indian summer when he will represent the Royal Challengers of Bengaluru. That again boasts of some of the biggest names.

 

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