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Chris Gayle Also Said Goodbye To International Cricket?

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle may not have entertained the fans with his batting in the T20 World Cup but he will always be remembered as a great player.

Chris Gayle, 42, who came to bat in the Group 12 league match against Australia in the T20 World Cup wearing colored glasses, appeared in an aggressive mood and also showed a glimpse of him by hitting two sixes but unfortunately he was late. He could not stay on the wicket and made 15 runs off 9 balls and was bowled by Pat Cummins.

When Chris Gayle came on the field to bat against Australia, all the players of the team applauded and paid tribute to him and when he got out and returned to the pavilion, the aggressive left-handed batsman shook his head. Cricket fans received gifts and hugs from the players.

Neither the West Indies Cricket Board nor Chris Gayle has formally announced his retirement yet, but foreign website Circinfo shared a photo of Chris Gayle on social media and wrote, "It's over."

Chris Gayle has scored 1899 runs in 79 T20 Internationals with the help of two centuries and 14 half centuries.

Two days ago, West Indian star all-rounder and two-time T20 World Cup winning team Devine Bravo also announced his retirement from T20 cricket.

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