West Indies star Chris Gayle to retire from ODIs following ICC World Cup 2019


West Indies star player Chris Gayle has announced to retire from ODIs format of cricket, following ICC World Cup 2019 which is going to be held in England and Wales.

Chris Gayle Retirement

Chris Gayle, the 39 Years old West Indian is the most successful player with 284 matches played, just behind the Caribbean legend Brian Lara.

West Indies star player Chris Gayle has declared his retirement from ODI format of the game following the ICC World Cup 2019. This news was confirmed by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) on Sunday 17th of February 2019. Chris Gayle have played West Indies Cricket Board for along time and have decided to rest from one of the cricket format (One Day International) ODI. He is an aggressive player who starts the innings and can make massive destruction on opponent.

Chris Gayle, who has played 284 matches on ODI, has scored 9727 runs at an average of 37.12. He has bowling record of 165 wickets in the 50-overs format.
Gayle made an international return after the “Universal Boss” was named in the West Indies Squad for the ODI in the first two matches against England. He last Played an ODI for the Windies in July last year in a series against Bangladesh which was Played in their home country and had since made himself unavailable for selection due to his commitments based Twenty20 Leagues which was franchise-based. He missed a couple of ODI International series against India and Bangladesh.


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