Chris Gayle breaks silence on retirement, plans to return to the field
Chris Gayle on his retirement: Bowling in front of Chris Gayle, who is known as the Universe Boss in World Cricket, has not been an easy task for any bowler. Gayle still holds the record for scoring the most runs in T20 format. However, the time has come for Gayle to play his last international match. At the same time, even in IPL, he is no longer seen playing. Meanwhile, Chris Gayle has now made a big announcement regarding his retirement.
Even today, fans wait eagerly to see Chris Gayle’s batting. Gayle is counted among those players whose popularity is seen not only in one country but in every cricket playing country.
Gayle still holds the record for scoring the most runs in an IPL innings. Chris Gayle, 43, played his last ODI for the West Indies in the year 2019. At the same time, in the year 2021, he played the last T20 International match. Gayle has since been seen playing in various T20 leagues.
Giving a statement regarding his retirement, Chris Gayle said that he has not made any official announcement regarding his retirement. Still I am playing some cricket. People want to see me play. I am still fit enough to play.
Difficult for West Indies to qualify in ODI World Cup 2023
The West Indies team is also included in the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 qualifiers matches being played in Zimbabwe. After the end of the group stage matches, the Windies team has made a place in the Super Six, but it is very important for them to win each and every match here, only then the team will be able to qualify for the ODI World Cup to be held in India. Chris Gayle said about this performance of the West Indies team that it is very sad to see the team in this condition. It will be very difficult for them and I will be very disappointed if there is no West Indies team in the World Cup in India. Hopefully things will get better for West Indies cricket in the future.
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