IPL 2018: Yuvraj Singh’s epic festival after Chris Gayle finishes lady hundred for KXIP, watch video

Yuvraj Singh’s ‘Gangnam’ style dance after Chris Gayle achieved his hundred has gotten the consideration of fans over the world.

Chris Gayle’s lady hundred in Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 helped Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) beat Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the sixteenth match of the competition. Universe Boss-Gayle’s unbeaten innings of 103 which fell off only 63 balls fueled KXIP to a testing aggregate of 193/3 preceding the bowlers confined the resistance to 178, giving KXIP a win by 15 runs. In any case, it was the Jamaican’s incredible ton which was the feature of the night in Mohali. After an unstable begin to his innings, the huge West Indian propelled a damaging assault on the bowlers. ICC’s main positioned T20 bowler, Rashid Khan endured the greater part of Gayle’s merciless assault as the Afghanistan leg-spinner was taken for 26 keeps running in one over-which included four humongous sixes. With a solitary on the off side in the penultimate over of the match, Gayle achieved the three-figure check, which started enormous festivals over the IS Bindra Stadium. Be that as it may, Yuvraj Singh’s ‘Gangnam’ style dance got the consideration of fans over the world.

In the interim, affability of Gayle’s radiant thump KXIP indented up their third win of the competition to sit at the third spot of the focuses table. Pondering his group’s execution, captain R Ashwin communicated pleasure and talking at the post-coordinate question and answer session stated, “I think it was an entire execution. It was one of those circumstances when we won the hurl and batted first and attempted and protected a score. Did that really well. Would have gotten a kick out of the chance to have given away 10 runs lesser for the NRR. Giving them a sensible score to safeguard was something we figured we could deal with toward the end. It (rocking the bowling alley all pace in powerplay) was a decent wicket. Chris batted well and removed it from them.”

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