West Indian stalwart Chris Gayle was at his absolute best in the third T20I against Australia at the Beausejour Stadium in St. Lucia. The 41-year-old stole the show for the Caribbean side as he smashed the Australian bowlers all over the park.
Coming to bat at number three, Gayle played a match-winning innings of 67 runs off just 38 balls with the help of 4 boundaries and 7 sixes.
Gayle’s innings powered the Men in Maroon to chase down the paltry target of 142 runs and clinch the game by six wickets.
With this triumph, West Indies have also taken an unassailable 3-0 lead in the ongoing five-match series.
While Gayle calls himself the ‘Universe Boss,’ his bat during the third T20I sported the sticker of only ‘The Boss.’
Talking about the same, the veteran batsman revealed that the International Cricket Council (ICC) doesn’t want him to carry the logo of ‘Universe Boss’ on his bat.
“ICC don’t want me to use the Universe Boss. So I have shortened it and just put ‘The Boss.’ I am the boss,” Gayle said in a video posted by Cricket.com.au on Twitter.
When Chris Gayle was asked whether ICC has the copyright over the term ‘Universe Boss’, he said, “I have to copyright it. Not ICC, I am technically the Boss.”
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The fourth T20I between West Indies and Australia will take place on July 15 in St. Lucia.