Gayle leaves in style after a strong blow, may have played his last international game
PORT OF SPAIN: Chris Gayle He may have played his last international game given to theaters by the cricket showman and the expulsion agreed by the Indian players at the end of a typically thunderous entry on Wednesday.
Playing as he always does, Gayle hit 72 runs of 41 balls, punishing Indian bowlers with five six and eight four in the third ODI.
After hitting one Khaleel Ahmed Direct to visiting captain Kohli, with whom he played in the Royal Challengers Bangalore, Gayle smiled when Indian players shook his hand.
Indian players even made the typical Gayle squad with him.
Gayle threw his bat into the air, put his helmet on and left the field. Then he threw the helmet into the air and caught it as he approached the border ropes.
The West Indies camp gave him a big ovation.
In his entertaining ODI career, Gayle competed in 301 games and accumulated 10480 races with 25 hundred 54 half centuries.
In 103 tests, he scored 7214 races with 15 centuries.
Gayle has not played in test cricket for many years. He wanted to participate in a final Test when India played the first game of the series in Jamaica after the ODI series, but the selectors did not name him in the West Indies team.
Nor did he play in the previous Twenty20 three-game series.
Gayle also experimented with his jersey number when the West Indies wore a great '301' in the 3rd ODI against India in the Queen's Park Oval .
He is now the player with the most West Indies titles in ODI, as the most successful starter passed Brian Lara The 299 ODI mark during the second ODI of the current series on Sunday.