Chris Gayle, the world-West Indian starter, announced his retirement after the 2019 World Cup in England and Wales.
He did this announcement during an interview with a media sale in English on Sunday. The well-known naughty hitter is ready to return the ODI after eight months after his team chatted to England on Wednesday after a series of tests.
Chris Gayle Announces his Retirement from ODI Cricket
Gayle, who has 9,727 races in 284 ODI, said it’s still the “Boss Universe” and no one can take it away from him. On one question he said: “Of course I’m still the” Universe Boss. ” It will never change, I’ll take it to the grave. “
The 39-year-old cricket player was hoping to complete his two-decade ODI career.
Gayle needs 677 more games to conquer the big Brian Lara as the ODI record in the West Indies. Gayle has at least 20 ODIs to achieve this achievement before retiring in the World Cup.
The West Indies will start their bid for Pakistan for a third World Cup title on May 31.
“I will have the kids fun, and I can sit at the table watching them have fun,” Gayle said.
“Winning the World Cup will end a fairy tale, young people have to beat me, they have to do it for me and try to get me the trophy.
The first injury has proven its value as a specialist in T20 since the arrival of the shortest cricket format. He said he would continue to play franchise, with the World Cup in two years potentially on the agenda.
“I’m in good condition, the body feels good, and I’m happy with it,” he added.
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