Rajendra Prasad Mohapatra

Explosive West Indies batter Chris Gayle is immensely popular as a great entertainer. He not only entertains his fans across the globe by his swashbuckling batting, but also by his off-field acts.

Playing for World Giants in the ongoing Legends League Cricket in Doha, superstar Gayle entertained his fans again with his brilliant dance move on the field.

The Caribbean superstar was found doing a step of the famous song number Gangnam Style during his side’s high-octane clash against India Maharajas. Gayle and some of his West Indies teammates often imitate these dance steps from the blockbuster 2012 hit album.

Gayle not only entertained the spectators with his stunning dance moves, but also reminded everyone how dangerous he could be with the bat.

While chasing a winning score of 137 runs, he led the run chase by playing a blistering knock of 57 from just 46 balls. Though the giants lost wickets at regular intervals, Gayle helped them get over the line eventually with three wickets in hand. He was rightly judged man of the match.

Earlier batting first, Maharajas rode on Suresh Raina’s (49) splendid knock to score 136 runs on the board. Australian pacer Brett Lee was the wrecker-in-chief for the Giants with a scalp of three wickets.