Former West Indies captain Chris Gayle has accused former teammate Ramnaresh Sarwan of stabbing him in the back.
He has described Saravanan as a snake, which is currently more poisonous than coronavirus. Chris Gayle, who scored the highest century in T20 format, has made these allegations on his YouTube channel.
The Caribbean Premier League franchise Jamaica Tallawahs has recently released Chris Gayle. Gayle is now joined by the league’s second franchisee, St Lucia Zouks. Gayle has blamed Ramnaresh Sarwan for his release from Jamaica Talavhaj.
Ramnaresh Sarwan is the head coach of Jamaica Talavhaj. This is the reason why Gayle has described him as a pandemic worse than Coronavirus. Gayle has raged against Saravanan on his YouTube channel.
Gayle said, Sirvan, you are worse than the corona virus right now. Whatever happened to me on the team of Jamaica, I know that you have a big role behind it, because you and the team owner are like this. You pitted the team owner’s ears against me.
The left-handed batsman, who has scored 22 centuries in T20 format, said, “You had claimed that we are friends, but still you don’t call nor call.” You were the person who gave a long speech at my last birthday party in Jamaica. You were praising me then. Saravanan you are a snake. You are so jealous. You are still immature You have stabbed me in the back.
Gayle continued, when are you going to change now. When are you planning to change yourself? Gayle also reminded Saravan of a 1996 story. At that time both these cricketers used to play in the Under-19s for the West Indies. Gayle said we were roommates, we shared the same room. You sent the management staff home to me from Barbados. I’ll never forget it. I forgive, but I will never forget.
Gayle said, you go and tell the team management that you can’t sleep because Chris Gayle watches TV late at night, so I was sent home. You do such things that everyone considers you a saint. Consider you a good person But Saravan you are evil. You are poisonous