Batter Chris Gayle has said he will not retire despite the West Indies’ poor performance in the recently concluded T20 World Cup. Gayle said on Thursday that he was not leaving cricket. ‘I’m not leaving ..’ Gayle tweeted. Gayle has not officially announced his retirement from international cricket as he wants to play a farewell game in his hometown of Jamaica after the West Indies’ last match in the T20 World Cup. The teammates applauded him as he came on the field to bat in the match against Australia in the World Cup. He saluted the field after he was out, throwing gloves at the crowd. He also received the God of Honor from his peers.
I Ain’t Leaving
– Chris Gayle (@henrygayle) November 18, 2021
“I want to play in another World Cup. But I do not think they will let me. It was an amazing career. I did not announce any retirement but in fact in Jamaica they offered me a game. My home audience, then I can say ‘Hey guys, thank you so much’. “Let’s see,” Gayle said on the ICC Post Match Facebook live show. With 79 T20s, 103 Tests and 301 ODIs, Gayle has a 22-year international career. However, he said goodbye to Test cricket. Gayle was a member of the West Indies team that won the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup twice in 2012 and 2016. Gayle is an internationally acclaimed player in all formats.
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