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Chris Gayle: the West Indian hitter will resign after the 2019 World Cup

West Indian batsman Chris Gayle will resign from worldwide cricket multi day after the World Cup this late spring.

The left-gave, 39, scored 9.727 ODI tracks, second just to the unbelievable Brian Lara among the Western Indians in 284 amusements since his presentation in 1999.

Gayle stated: “I’m endeavoring to take a stand, or I should state cutting the rope, youngsters have a great time and I can sit on the walkway.”

The World Cup will be held in England and Wales from 30 May to 14 July.

Gayle is in the West Indies group to confront England in a five-day five-diversion arrangement beginning Wednesday in Barbados.

Whenever inquired as to whether he could even complete his ODI profession as a World Cup victor, he stated: “Totally, youngsters owe it to me.

“They need to do it for me and endeavor to get the trophy, yet I will likewise attempt to give my assessment”.

“It’s an extraordinary year for me, I trust that 2019 can finish for me with a decent imprint”.

Gayle has come to ODI 23 years, and his 215 against Zimbabwe in 2015 is the fourth most astounding score ever. He is one of the six men who scored the ODI twice.

At half time, he likewise took 165 ODI windows at 35.33 each.

He was a piece of the West Indies group that won the Champions Trophy in England in 2004.

Gayle has played 103 tests for the West Indies, however as of late has concentrated on constrained diversions, both globally and in Twenty20 national rivalries.

He will keep on being accessible for the T20, and said he is happy to play in the debut 100-ball race in England and Wales in 2020.

“I surmise England should welcome me in. At that point I’ll exploit the competition and state ‘thank you folks, bring a young fellow now,'” he said.

“I’ll do the pattern for you as I did in every one of the competitions around the globe, fingers crossed, we’ll see what occurs.”

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