West Indies batsman Chris Gayle will play for Pokhahra Rhinos crew in Nepal’s home T20 match, Everest Premier League, which begins from February 29 in Kathmandu.
The 40-year-old Gayle, who’s nicknamed ‘Universe Boss’ and has now turn out to be a contract T20 participant, introduced his determination in a Twitter message.
“I will be visiting Nepal for the biggest sporting event, the Everest Premier League. Come and support my team Pokhara Rhinos and be part of a magnificent cricket fiesta. Nepal, get ready for the Gayle storm,” he stated in his inimitable type in a Twitter publish of the league organisers.
The organisers of the league additionally confirmed the event in a publish on its official Twitter deal with.
“Nepal, the forecast for March is Stormy! @henrygayle has confirmed to play in the @eplt20official for @pokhararhinos! Are you ready for the Gayle Storm?” the publish learn.
Gayle is but to formally announce his retirement from worldwide cricket. He final performed for West Indies in what was anticipated to be his “farewell” sport in the third ODI in Port-of-Spain towards India in August final yr.
His final T20I used to be in March 2019 towards England in Basseterre. He has not performed a Test since 2014.
Gayle’s final motion in a franchise-based cricket was in Bangladesh Premier League for Chattogram Challengers earlier this month.