PCB Backs Misbah despite failure in PSL 202023 March 2020 / SkyBook365 Cricket Editors Team
Islamabad crashed out without reaching the knockout stages for the 1st time.
West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle has decided he’s had enough and said farewell to the ongoing Mzansi Super League in a rather explosive manner as the defending champions Jozi Stars remain winless after six games. Chris Gayle said as soon as he fails to deliver, he becomes a burden for the team. "As soon as I don't perform for two or three games, then Chris Gayle is the burden for the team. I am not talking for this team only. This is something I have analyzed over the years playing franchise cricket. Chris Gayle is always a burden if I don't score runs, two, three, four times," Don't blame me, said Chris Gayle as he bid an explosive goodbye to the Jozi Stars and a disastrous MSL campaign. The defending champions are yet to win a single game, which has led to some finger-pointing.
"And I am not talking about this franchise. I am talking generally. Even from players as well, I am talking. Players, management, head of management, board members. Chris Gayle never get no respect. Once Chris Gayle fails, it's the end of his career, he is no good, he is the worst player and all these other things. I've generally overcome these things and I expect these things and I have lived with these things." As the 40-year-old ends his MSL season unhappy, he added that the franchise would need to look at what went wrong with the defending champions. Gayle is yet to put a time on when he will finally call it a day and said while he wanted a break it was the fantastic atmosphere of the MSL that brought him back for another season, only for him though to leave disappointed.
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