West Indies legend Chris Gayle is rumored to be the last man to play against Australia in Abu Dhabi on Saturday. Gayle Mitchell Marsh took the wicket in this match. Gayle, who had gone from behind, hugged Marsh on his way to the dressing room. This video is currently going viral on social media. The ICC posted the video on its Instagram. Chris Gayle, who was coming out, received a standing ovation from his teammates. He also greeted the audience with a bat on his way to the pavilion. But Gayle made no announcement on retirement. The Windies and Australia players said goodbye to Bravo, who has already announced his retirement. However, the West Indies lost the match by 8 wickets.
The Aussies won by 158 runs, losing two wickets in 16.2 overs. Australia opener David Warner was involved in the match. He remained unbeaten on 89 off 56 balls (9 fours, 4 sixes) and won the toss and elected to field. Along with him, Mitchell Marsh also excelled. Marsh hit 53 off 32 balls (5 fours, 2 sixes). Aaron Finch scored 9 runs. Among the West Indies bowlers, Gayle and Hossain took one wicket each.
Batting first, West Indies lost seven wickets for 157 runs in 20 overs. Openers Gayle struck out 15 off 9 balls (two sixes). Pooran joined the pavilion for 4 runs. Roston, who came next, was ducked. The West Indies lost three wickets for 35 runs. At this point, Lewis and Hetmeyer defended the team. Lewis hit 29 off 26 balls (five fours). Pollard, who came next, played aggressively. Hetmeyer Pavilion, who scored 27 (two fours) off 28 balls, joined the order. Bravo, who was playing the last match, scored 10 runs. At the end Pollard Russell tossed the scoreboard. Pollard hit 44 off 31 balls (four fours, one six). Russell was unbeaten on 18 off 7 balls (one four, two sixes). Holder was unbeaten on one run. Among the Australian bowlers, Hazlewood took 4 wickets while Starc, Cummins and Jampa took one wicket each.
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