Thursday, July 4, 2019

Goodbye Chris Gayle with goodbye


Goodbye Chris Gayle with goodbye
 Goodbye Chris Gayle with goodbye

The World Cup cricket series is currently the biggest in the UK. The league matches of this World Cup series have reached the final stage. Of the 45 league matches to be played in the World Cup, 41 have been completed so far. This is the 42nd league match of the World Cup
Held at Leeds Ground, England. West Indies and Afghanistan clash in this match. This is the last league match between the two teams as they have already lost the semi-finals in this World Cup series.


The Afghanistan team has lost all the matches they had hoped to make some changes in this World Cup series. Despite the fact that India, Australia and England have secured the semifinals in the World Cup, the match will not change.
The expectation of this match was to see Chris Gayle, the reigning King of the West Indies team, retire, and his fans gathered to watch the match.


West Indies won the toss and elected to bat West Indies openers Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis were the first to play. Chris Gayle, who stumbled at the start of the match, was shocked to be out for 7 in his last World Cup match. With Shay Hope Evin Lewis, who later landed
Combined, he made a good play. The pair added 80 runs for the second wicket while Evin Lewis struck out Rashid Khan for 58. Shay Hope was halfway through the game with a header from the other end to play the hemmeyer.


Headmire continued to put on a good run, with Daulat Jatron bowling out for 39. It was followed by Nicholas Pooren's grounding off the back of Mohammad Nabi's bowling on Shai Hope 77. It was accompanied by Captain Holder Pooren who landed regularly
Captain Holder continued his good form with Poorman. The pair added 100 for the fifth wicket with Nicholas Pooran scoring 58 and skipper Holder 45 off the 49th over. This was followed by West Indies' 311 all out in 50 overs.

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