Chris Gayle, Irfan Pathan, Monty Panesar to play in Legends League Cricket Masters in Qatar

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West Indian legend Chris Gayle, former Indian all-rounder and English spinner Monty Panesar have confirmed that they will play in the third edition of Legends League Cricket Master, which will start on February 27 and end on March 8. Dilhara Fernando and Asgar. Afghans have also confirmed their participation in the upcoming tournament.

The second season of the tournament was successful and witnessed some exceptional performances from the legends. Irfan Pathan was one of the most successful players in the second edition of the league, taking 225 runs and 11 wickets in seven matches. Monty Panesar also made his name as one of the most successful bowlers of the season with 12 wickets in seven matches.

“I am looking forward to playing LLC Masters, we got a lot of love from the fans in India in season 2. Hopefully we will be able to take the game forward from season 2,” Panesar said.

Caribbean star Gayle also confirmed his participation: “The season in India has been exciting, we have seen a lot of energy and fun during the matches. We hope to create the same magic for the fans in Qatar.”

Irfan Pathan said, “Playing and performing with legends is a feeling that cannot be expressed. The atmosphere during the matches is very competitive. I am looking forward to playing in the LLC Masters.”

“Playing cricket gives me a lot of joy and at the same time playing with so many legends is a dream come true,” said Dilhara Fernando.

LLC co-founder and CEO, Raman Raheja said it will be a celebration of cricket in a city that hosted the FIFA World Cup. “We are striving to make the upcoming season a truly global event, representing all the major cricket playing nations. And this list is an example of how we are doing our best in our efforts to promote cricket.”

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