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Opponents know what I’m capable of: Chris Gayle

first_imgOpponents know what I’m capable of: Chris GayleUniverse Boss Chris Gayle has termed himself as the most dangerous batsman in the world and that he will be the force to reckon with during the 2019 World Cupadvertisement Asian News International MelbourneMay 22, 2019UPDATED: May 22, 2019 16:10 IST Chris Gayle is confident that his opponents are scared of him (Photo: AP)HIGHLIGHTSChris Gayle will be playing his 5th World CupGayle had scored 326 sixes in IPL, crossing the 300-markWest Indies start their World Cup campaign against Pakistan on May 31West Indies destructive batsman Chris Gayle is all pumped for the forthcoming ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup saying that the bowlers know about his capabilities and they know he is the ‘most dangerous batsman’.”Youngsters coming at my head – it’s not as easy as it was like one time before. I was quicker then. But they’ll be weary. They know what the Universe Boss is capable of. I’m sure they will have it in the back of their mind, ‘Hey, this is the most dangerous batsman they’ve ever seen in cricket’,” Cricket.com.au quoted Gayle, as saying.Gayle is also very confident in saying that opponents are scared of him, however, they just opt not to admit this on camera.”Can’t you tell? You go ask them. Go ask them on camera. They’re going to say, no, they’re not scared.But you ask them off the camera, they going to say, ‘Yeah, he’s the man. He’s the man.’ They’re going to say, ‘he’s the man’,” he said. “But they won’t say it (on camera), they won’t be frank and upfront and say, ‘Listen to me straight up, Chris Gayle is the man,” he added.Universe Boss Gayle has hammered 326 sixes in Indian Premier League (IPL), most by any player. Surprisingly, no other player has even reached the 300-mark as the second positioned batsman, AB de Villiers has just 212 sixes.The 39-year old also said that it is hard to quit if you enjoy the sport while expressing that it is just the World Cup title which will satisfy him.advertisement”If you’re enjoying it, it’s always easy (to keep playing) and I’m enjoying it. I’ve been having a lot of fun on the field, and it’s a great bunch of guys as well – that’s important,” he said.”There’s nothing to go out there and prove, the only thing that would be nice is to win the World Cup,” Gayle added.West Indies will compete with Pakistan for their first World Cup 2019 clash on May 31.Also Read | World Cup 2019: Buttler is England’s dangerman, says PontingAlso Read | India knocked out of Sudirman Cup after 0-3 loss to ChinaAlso SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAjay Tiwari Tags :Follow Chris GayleFollow west indiesFollow World Cup 2019last_img read more

Provincial Government Offices Delay Opening Feb 17

first_imgProvincial government offices in Pictou, Colchester, Cumberland, Hants, Annapolis, Kings, Queens, Digby, Shelburne, Lunenburg and Yarmouth counties will delay opening until noon Tuesday, Feb. 17, due to the winter storm. Road conditions will be reassessed in the morning and an announcement will be made regarding re-opening for the afternoon. All other provincial government offices will open as usual. Employees are encouraged to travel safely with caution. -30-last_img