World Twenty/20 Cricket – Gayle’s 47-ball ton wipes out England

World Twenty/20 Cricket – Gayle’s 47-ball ton wipes out England

West Indies 183 for 4 (Gayle 100*) beat England 182 for 6 (Root 48, Russell 2-36) by six wickets
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details  Match Day – Gayle’s shot selection impeccable

Christopher Henry Gayle

Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle, at 36, knows that he could be playing his last World Twenty20 and, judging by the manner in which he pulverised England at the Wankhede, he intends to go out in style. England’s bowlers began the night fretting about the dew, and ended it drenched to the skin by the sight of Gayle raining sixes into the sky.

Nobody has hit as many sixes in a World T20 innings as the 11 that Gayle despatched in Mumbai, breaking his own record of 10 against South Africa in Johannesburg in 2007 – his only previous T20I hundred.

Seven flew down the ground, the other four further along the leg-side arc and apart from a leap from Joe Root in a failed attempt to intercept the one that brought up his 50, all England’s fielders could do was watch.

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Read more on Chris Gayle’s statistics and info here – Chris Gayle

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