Yuvraj Singh the Indian cricketer has tweeted his ‘disappointment’ of Chris Gayle not being able to break his world record fastest fifty in Twenty20s.Yuvraj Singh is disappointed with Chris Gayle for equaling his record for the fastest T20 half-century as he had expected the West Indian swashbuckler to break it.
“I’m disappointed @henrygayle who got to fifty in 12 balls (.) Kaka ensure u get it in ten balls next time???? On the other hand perhaps @ABdeVilliers17 legends,” Yuvraj has tweeted on Gayle’s thump in the Big Bash League in Australia.
Showing his own ability as a T20 expert once more, Gayle hit upwards of seven sixes and two fours amid his rankling 12-ball knock. Gayle, when at the bank of this world record needed a six to reach the record and it was not a problem against the Adelaide Strikers in Australia’s Big Bash League on Monday night.
The 36-year-old opening batsman’s barrage additionally crushed the Big Bash record for the quickest fifty from 18 balls, which was together held by Tim Ludeman and Chris Lynn. Gayle likewise holds the record for the speediest Twenty20 hundred and quickest twofold century in the ODIs.
The cricket threat West Indies batsman had taken only 30 balls to achieve his T20 century amid an Indian Premier League match in 2013 while playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore. He was at long last rejected for 56, which fell off only 17 conveyances, with a marvelous strike-rate of 329.41.
Yuvraj had made the world record in 2007 amid against England in Durban in T20 World Cup. His innings included six sixes in an over off pacer Stuart Broad.
Some cricket specialist belief that it is very hard to break this world record and it is possible of few cricketer in this planet like Gayle, AB de Villiers, Yuvraj Singh and some others that is very hard.