This cricketer used to pick up garbage, today is the world most dangerous batsman

West Indies cricketer Christopher Henry Gayle is celebrating his birthday today. Chris Gayle was born on September 21, 1979, in Kingstone Jamaica. Chris Gayle must have always been seen laughing and smiling by all of you, but Chris Gayle has struggled a lot to achieve this feat. Do you know? Earlier Chris Gayle's family lived in a hut and Chris gayle could not complete his studies as he was very poor.

Chris Gayle used to collect garbage to feed his family. Once, in an interview to a website, he has mentioned that sometimes when he had nothing to eat, he had to steal. Talking about Chris Gayle's career, his cricket career started with Lucca Cricket Club. Chris Gayle played for the first time in the Under-19s at that time and later played his first ODI match against India in 1999. He then played his first T20 against New Zealand in 2006. Chris Gayle, however, is also closely associated with controversies.

Chris Gayle was accused of behaving contrary to the spirit of cricket during a Test match against New Zealand in 2006, although it was later found that he was not guilty. He also publicly criticized the West Indies Cricket Board during his visit to England in 2007, which led to an official reprimand and warning. Chris Gayle, however, is the only batsman in Tests to hit a six off the very first ball. He hit this six against Bangladesh. Chris Gayle said number 333 isto be extremely lucky for him so he wears the number 333 jersey. Happy Birthday to Chris Gayle on our behalf for the time being.

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