Chris Gayle used to steal in childhood to meet ends; here are some lesser known facts

Sep 20 2020 05:20 PM
Chris Gayle used to steal in childhood to meet ends; here are some lesser known facts

Famous Cricketer Chris Gayle is celebrating his birthday today. Chris Gayle was born on September 21, 1979, in Kingstone Jamaica. We often see people's success but we can't see their struggles and hardships they have been through. One such person is Chris Gayle who always smiles. But very few people know that Chris Gayle has struggled a lot in his life, Chris Gayle's family lived in a raw shack. Because of poverty at home, Chris Gayle could not even complete his studies. You will be surprised to know that Chris Gayle used to collect garbage to meet the ends. 

In his interview to a channel, Chris Gayle said that sometimes he had to steal when he had nothing to eat. But at that moment, Chris Gayle did not know that one day fate would be kind to him and he would be one of the richest people in the world. Chris Gayle's cricket career started with Lucca Cricket Club. Chris Gayle played for the first time in under 19. Moving forward, he played his first ODI match against India in 1999 and played the first T20 against New Zealand in 2006.

On the strength of his hard work and perseverance, he first named the record of making 1000 runs in a single year in 2002. Despite being seen as a quiet, patient cricketer, Gayle is involved in some controversies. In 2005, Gayle was involved in a dispute between the West Indies Cricket Board and several players over sponsorship issues. Chris Gayle has achieved many things with his hard work and never give up attitude.

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