Did West Indies legend Chris Gayle say goodbye to international cricket forever? Big news

November 6, 2021Uncategorized

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle may not have entertained the fans with his batting in the T20 World Cup but he will always be remembered as a great player.

According to private TV Geo News, Chris Gayle, 42, who came to bat in the Group 12 league match against Australia in the T20 World Cup wearing colored glasses, appeared in an aggressive mood and he hit a glimpse of it by hitting two sixes. Appeared but unfortunately, he could not stay on the wicket for long and scored 15 runs off 9 balls, and was bowled by Pat Cummins.

When Chris Gayle came on the field to bat against Australia, all the players of the team applauded and paid tribute to him and when he got out and returned to the pavilion, the aggressive left-handed batsman shook his head. Cricket fans received gifts and hugs from the players.

West Indies legend Chris Gayle on Saturday smashed 15 off nine balls against Australia in the Twenty20 World Cup in what was likely the final innings of his career for the country.

The 42-year-old played hit two sixes before being sent to the pavilion by the rival team’s bowler. Walking toward the dressing room from the ground, Gayle raised his bat as a ‘goodbye’ gesture while his teammates gave him a standing ovation.

He is yet to announce his retirement officially but his fans have started paying tribute to him on Twitter. “End of an Era. There’ll never be another #ChrisGayle. Legend,” a fan wrote on Twitter. The left-hand batsman, who can bowl off-spin, has scored over 12,000 runs including 27 centuries in white-ball cricket since his debut in an ODI match in 1999.

He has also played 103 Tests, scoring 7,214 runs at an average of over 42 and a highest of 333


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