Legends Cricket League: Sixer King Chris Gayle set to play season two of Legends Cricket League

Legends Cricket League: The organizers of the Legends Cricket League have confirmed the signing of legendary West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle. The…

Legends Cricket League: Sixer King Chris Gayle set to play season two of Legends Cricket League 
Legends Cricket League: Sixer King Chris Gayle set to play season two of Legends Cricket League 

Legends Cricket League: The organizers of the Legends Cricket League have confirmed the signing of legendary West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle. The announcement was confirmed on Friday. One of the game’s most destructive batters going around, Gayle is the first batter to score 10000 runs in T20 cricket. Now, he is set to take the second season of LCL by storm. Follow Legends Cricket League Live Updates with InsideSport.IN.


“It gives me immense pleasure and excitement to be part of this prestigious league and to play with the iconic legends of the game. India, see you at the venues,” said Gayle in an official statement.

Legends Cricket League: Sixer King Chris Gayle set to play season two of Legends Cricket League 

Legends Cricket League: Chris Gayle ready to show the world his six-hitting prowess  

  • Without an iota of doubt, Gayle strikes fears in the name of the opposition team.
  • With over 10000 plus runs in T20 cricket, the West Indian batter has played a lot of franchise cricket across the globe.
  • Gayle also holds the record for the highest-ever induvial score in IPL. The southpaw hit 175 runs against Pune Warriors.
  • Universe Boss as he is fondly called truly bossed the T20 format and holds the record of hitting most sixes.
  • With he joining the second season of LCL, the second edition will witness some fireworks.

Legends Cricket League: Season two to have four teams instead of three – Season two of LCL will have four teams instead of three in the inaugural edition. The tournament will be played across six cities in India. Kolkata, Lucknow, Delhi, Jodhpur, Cuttack, and Rajkot will be hosting the matches. LCL is being planned to be started from September 17 to October 8, 2022.

Legends Cricket League: Sixer King Chris Gayle set to play season two of Legends Cricket League 

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly will also play a special match in LCL season two. The former India captain made an announcement for the same on Instagram earlier. 

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