Friday, June 24, 2022

Gayle has another new feat in T20 cricket, this world record in his name

New Delhi : Chris Gayle, known as the legendary West Indies cricketer and Universe boss, has made another new feat in T20. Gayle has recorded another world record in T20. Gayle has become the first player to do so in 12 countries around the world, scoring a half-century in a Pakistan Super League match. Earlier, Rohit Sharma and Chris Gayle had scored half-centuries in T20 matches in 11–11 countries. But Gayle has left Rohit Sharma behind with a half-century in Pakistan.

Chris Gayle played a 68-run knock for the Quetta Gladiators in Pakistan on Monday. However, his team had to face defeat in the PSL match. Gayle has so far scored 86 half-centuries in T20 cricket. Most of them have scored 50+ in India 37 times. In addition to India, Gayle has scored 20 in the Windies, 7 in England, 7 in South Africa, 1 in New Zealand, 7 in Australia, 3 in Zimbabwe, 11 in Bangladesh, 3 in the US, 3 in Sri Lanka, 8 in the UAE and 1 time in Pakistan. Has scored 50+.

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Let me tell you that no player in the world appears next to Chris Gayle in T20 record. Chris Gayle is the highest run scorer and century in T20s. Gayle has scored 13691 runs in 413 matches at an average of 38. While an unbeaten 175-run innings is his best innings. During this time he has scored 22 centuries and 86 half-centuries.

Gayle has hit more than one thousand sixes and more than one thousand fours. Along with this, he has also taken 80 wickets in T20. While the feat of taking four wickets has also been done twice. No player of Team India has played 300 matches in T20.

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