West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle has a fondness for India as well as Pakistan. As the two arch-rivals India and Pakistan get ready to lock horns in the much-awaited clash of World Cup 2019 at the Old Trafford in Manchester on Sunday, Gayle gave his fans a glimpse of his special Indo-Pak attire that he will sport on June 16.
Taking it to the Instagram, Gayle shared a picture of himself donning a white suit with one shoulder coloured in orange and green with a white patch in between – symbolic of the Indian flag, while the other side of the outfit coloured green, symbolic of his support to Pakistan.
The West Indian also said he will wear the same attire on his birthday, which falls in September.
Pakistan have never beaten India in six World Cup matches dating back to 1992, but Sarfaraz Ahmed’s team defeated their arch-rivals in the 2017 Champions Trophy final.
India have five points from three matches after beating Australia and South Africa, while their match against New Zealand was washed out on Thursday.
Pakistan have lost against the West Indies and Australia and shocked hosts England, while their match against Sri Lanka was washed out.