Chris Gayle has made history in blasting 18 sixes in an unbeaten 146 off 69 balls to help the Rangpur Riders down Dhaka Dynamites in their Bangladesh Premier League final win.
Dropped on 22, he broke his previous record of 17 sixes which he set in 2013.
And when asked if he was the Bradman of T20 or the greatest T20 batsman ever, the hard-hitter did not hold back.
“I’m the greatest batsman of all time,” Gayle said.
The 38-year-old Jamaican has now made more than 11,000 runs in T20 in claiming his 20th century in the shortest form of the game.
Gayle has now smashed 819 sixes in T20 cricket.