Chris Gayle farewell to 50-over cricket

He loves himself as a ‘Universal Boss’.

Although he did not play one-day and one-off Tests, he also bowled the bowlers in a T20 format. In 2014, white clothes were seen against Bangladesh but it was not a regular one in ODIs. Finally, Chris Gayle made the decision to quit the ODI format.

On Sunday (February 17th), the Windies Cricket Board (WCB) suddenly announced that the 39-year-old batting monster, who is going out of ODI, The announcement was made that the star batsman will say goodbye to one-day cricket this year when he plays the World Cup in England.

Gayle has played 284 one-day internationals since 1999. In nearly twenty years, 9,727 runs at an average of 37.12 There are 23 centuries and 49 half-century innings.

Gayle, who has 165 wickets in the same number of balls in the same number of matches. There are 5 wickets taking. Took 4 wickets in three matches.

Gayle said about his departure from his one-day format, “I want to get him to cross the line. I want youngsters to get a little more chance to enjoy it. I want to make my place at the party. Young people encouraged me all the time. They do everything to make me successful. They will do a lot to give me a trophy too, I believe. This year is a big thing for me. Hopefully we can finish the year with something great. I want to see me in every tournament of the world. Let’s see what happens. ‘

Starting from May 30 and going on July 14, the one-day World Cup. And then this format will not be seen in Gayle

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