Chris Gayle has reported that he will be a piece of the fourth version of the Everest Premier League, Nepal’s local T20 competition. The West Indies batsman said he would play for Pokhara Rhinos in the competition, which is booked to start on February 29.
“I will visit Nepal for the greatest game, the Everest Premier League,” Gayle said in a video message on Twitter. “Come and bolster my group Pokhara Rhinos and be a piece of a superb cricket holiday.”
Gayle, who came back from hamstring damage to play for the Chattogram Challengers in the second 50% of the Bangladesh Premier League, made 144 runs in four games. He was additionally part of Jozi Stars’ sad Mzansi Premier League battle last season, following which he took a “break” from cricket for the remainder of 2019, in any event, communicating his inaccessibility toward the West Indies selectors for the ODI arrangement in India. During an ongoing media cooperation in Dhaka, the 40-year-old said that he will keep playing T20s for some time yet.
He was additionally not part of West Indies’ as of late closed home arrangement against Ireland, yet the group the executives and determination board had before said that the entryway was available to all players including seniors like Gayle to be a piece of the T20I side. His West Indies colleague Dwayne Bravo as of late made a rebound during the Ireland arrangement, in the wake of leaving universal retirement matured 36.
Gayle last played for West Indies in what was relied upon to be his “goodbye” game in the third ODI in Port-of-Spain against India in August. His last T20I was in March 2019 against England in Basseterre.