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Chris Gayle says he is not only the “greatest off-spinner of all time,” but also better than Murali and Narine.

Chris Gayle lauded his bowling abilities and went so far as to declare himself the “best off-spinner” in the world.

Chris Gayle, a batter for the West Indies, will turn 43 the following month, but it appears that the “Universe Boss” has no plans to end his career in the sport anytime soon. With 14,562 runs to his name, Gayle is presently preparing for the forthcoming ‘6ixty’ tournament, which is a new franchise-based 60-ball cricket competition that will be held in the Caribbean Islands and will begin later on Wednesday. Gayle currently holds the title of leading scorer in T20s.
Even though everyone is looking forward to seeing him bat again, Gayle has been effusive in his appreciation of his bowling abilities, going so far as to refer to himself as the “best off-spinner.”

“You are aware of what? My bowling is natural. Without a doubt, I need to go bowling. I am the best off-spinner in the history of the game. That won’t be contested by Murali (Muttiah Muralitharan), that’s for sure. I have the best economy; not even Sunil Narine can come close to competing with me in that regard.” Gayle

In continuation of his discussion on the topic of ‘6ixty,’ remarked that he is really thrilled to return to the cricket pitch with a new format.

“I can’t express how happy I am to be back out here in the field. I was not there. I feel as I did when I was younger as I eagerly anticipate the first game… For my debut. I’m going to have to start working out again. I’m still in good shape, but I need to do a little bit of practise here and there to get into the headspace of a cricket player “he remarked.

During the Twenty20 World Cup that took place in the United Arab Emirates a year ago, Gayle last competed for West Indies.

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