IPL 2020: "Youngsters Keep Telling Me 'Don't Retire'", Says Gayle

After registering an eight-wicket win over Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), Kings XI Punjab batsman Chris Gayle mentioned that the kids in his group stay on asking him to not retire from the shortest layout of the sport. KXIP chased down the objective of 150 with 8 wickets in hand and 7 balls to spare. Mandeep Singh and Chris Gayle performed knocks of 66 no longer out and 51 respectively. With this win, KXIP have moved to the fourth spot within the issues desk with 12 issues whilst KKR has slipped to the 5th spot with as many issues as KXIP.


“I’ve a just right feeling about myself and the group. Simply capitalising on it, however nonetheless, a protracted approach to cross. We had two superb spinners, we needed to make a handy guide a rough adjustment. Briefly assess what they have been doing,” Gayle mentioned on the post-match presentation.

“And if you get going, you ease the force off Mandeep as smartly. Sunil (Narine) has were given me out such a lot of occasions. He’s the most productive spinner on the earth. So while you get a wicket like this, when it isn’t turning a lot, you were given to money in,” he added.

“Mandeep goes thru so much. Ultimate sport we mentioned we wish to win it for him. So gorgeous to look at him within the heart declaring to his father observing from above,” Gayle mentioned.

“These days the trainer requested the senior gamers, we wish to step up in an important video games, I’m satisfied we have been ready to position our palms up. And the kids within the group are telling me: do not retire.”

Previous, Shubman Gill performed a knock of 57 runs as Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) posted a complete of 149/nine within the allocated 20 overs.

For KXIP, Mohammad Shami scalped 3 wickets whilst Ravi Bishnoi and Chris Jordon picked two wickets each and every.


KXIP has now gained their final 5 fits within the ongoing IPL, preserving the hopes of qualifying for the playoffs alive.

Kings XI Punjab will subsequent play Rajasthan Royals on Friday, October 30 on the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

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