Chris Gayle hints to play more cricket for West Indies
West Indies’ Chris Gayle has not announced his retirement from international cricket yet, instead he might play some more matches for his side. Everyone thought Chris Gayle’s 301st one-day international against India would be his last ever appearance at this level but the batsman himself has not made any decision.
Gayle, who recently surpassed West Indies’ legend Brian Lara’s record of most runs by a West Indian batsman might play more international cricket. The dangerous left hander usually wears the number 45 but wore a shirt with the number 301 on the back for the third ODI against India on Wednesday at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad.
Chris Gayle, who scored a rapid 72 versus India in the third game, said: “I didn’t announce any retirement,”. He left the field waving his bat aloft, a gesture indicating it would be the last time. “To my knowledge, he [Gayle] has not retired. But today was an example of his career. He was entertaining, he showed presence, and that’s just what people have come to expect of Chris Gayle over the years.” West Indies captain Holder said.