Chris Gayle | Universal Boss To Retire After 2019 World Cup


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West Indies' star batsman Chris Gayle has announced that he will retire from One-day Internationals following the World Cup 2019 in England and Wales this summer.

Gayle made the announcement on Sunday just ahead of a Windies practice session leading up to the ODI series against England at Kensington Oval in Barbados. He was listed among the Windies squad for the first two ODIs.

Gayle has made 23 ODI centuries, and his 215 against Zimbabwe in 2015 is the fourth-highest score in history. He is one of only six men to have scored an ODI double hundred.

A part-time off-spinner, he has also taken 165 ODI wickets at 35.33 apiece.

He was part of the West Indies team that won the Champions Trophy in England in 2004.
Gayle has played 103 Tests for West Indies, but in recent years has focused on limited-overs matches, both internationally and in domestic Twenty20 competitions.

So, the universal boss of entertainment is finally stepping down from international cricket. Previously AB de Villiers and now Chris Gayle, definitely cricket is losing some of the most powerful and most loved cricketers.


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