Twitterati React After Chris Gayle Posted A Cryptic Message For Fans On Twitter

Twitterati React After Chris Gayle Posted A Cryptic Message For Fans On Twitter : The journey of the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League came to an end for Kings XI Punjab on Sunday after they lost to the Chennai Super Kings. KXIP became the second team to get knocked out after a 9-wicket thrashing defeat.

Though the team bounced back riding on the back of the Universe Boss, but it failed to get into the playoffs even after trying their best. Well, KXIP were sitting at the bottom of the points table with only one win from seven games until the Universe Boss — Chris Gayle entered the league. The Gayle storm was waiting and warming the bench because of the stomach bug, however, the moment Gayle entered the scene, the tables turned for the Kings XI Punjab.

Chris Gayle

In IPL 2020, Chris Gayle scored 288 runs off the 7 games he played, including his highest score of 99 runs. He smashed 15 fours and 23 sixes

The KL-Rahul led side won 6 games in a row before losing their last two games and Gayle played a crucial part in all the games. Chris Gayle lit up IPL 2020 with his batting prowess while making sure that his team was in the contention of playoffs. However, 2020 wasn’t the year for KXIP.

On Monday, after IPL 2020 came to an end for Chris Gayle and his franchise KXIP, he took to his Twitter and posted a heartfelt tweet. In his tweet, he urged his fans to watch the remaining matches of the season despite KXIP getting knocked out of IPL 2020. He wrote:

“Plz continue to watch @IPL even though my season has come to an end. Thank you Smiling face with smiling eyes #UniverseBoss,”

Here, check out the Tweet:

Well, many are saying that with this tweet, Chris Gayle has given a hint of his retirement. While we are not sure in what context this tweet was in, the twitter users are already urging the star to not retire from the game.

Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:

Well, we just hope that Chris Gayle is only talking about this season and is in no mood for retirement.

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