Chris Gayle dance moves vs England: Gayle entertains the Southampton crowd with his dance moves during England vs West Indies match
The Cricketing fraternity is never short of entertainment whenever there’s the ‘Universe Boss’- Chris Gayle around no matter which part of the globe he is playing in.
One would usually witness him going berserk and entertaining the crowd via his onslaughts with the bat. But, if that doesn’t work, he will make sure that the spectators do not repent upon the heavy prices they pay for the tickets. How?- through the special Chris Gayle dance moves. It all started right from the 21st over, when the Windies skipper Jason Holder handed the ball to the 39-year-old.
England were clearly on their way towards their 3rd victory of the tournament, and Gayle was expected to break the partnership with his part-time off-spinners. Although this plan did not work for Holder, the one-sided contest was surely brought back to life with Gayle’s entertainment mode on.
The Windies were ultimately beaten in a comprehensive fashion by 8 wickets with 16.5 overs to spare. England’s star with the bat was their No.1 batsman- Joe Root, who scored a scintillating 100 of 94 deliveries with the help of 11 boundaries.
Useful contributions from Jonny Bairstow (45 off 46) and Chris Woakes (40* off 54) meant that the formidable English side eased on with the chase without any hiccups. Shannon Gabriel, was the lone man amongst the wickets, as he picked two of them for 49 runs in 7 overs.
The Floss Dance
Even before commencing his spell, the southpaw had pressed the On button. He began with the popular ‘Floss’ or ‘Flossing dance’ moves.
Watch Gayle’s ‘Floss Dance’:
He then carried on with his crazy on-field drama both while fielding and bowling as he also engaged in a funny exchange of gestures with the Centurion Joe Root. The ‘Big man’ In his five-over spell, gave away 22 runs without a single wicket, but a lot of entertaining stuff.
— Star Sports (@StarSportsIndia) June 14, 2019
Here’s the montage of the entire entertaining action that Gayle provided the Southampton crowd with: