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                                           Chris Gayle biography

Full name Christopher Henry Gayle

Born 21 September 1979 (age 39)

Kingston, Jamaica

Nickname Henry, Gayle-Force, Gayle Storm, Universe Boss[1]

Batting Left-gave

Bowling Right-arm off break

Role All-rounder

Worldwide data

National side

West Indies (1999-present)

Test debut (top 230) 16 March 2000 v Zimbabwe

Last Test 5 September 2014 v Bangladesh

ODI debut (top 97) 11 September 1999 v India

Last ODI 2 March 2019 v England

ODI shirt no. 45

T20I debut (top 6) 16 February 2006 v New Zealand

Last T20I 8 March 2019 v England

Residential group data

Years Team

1998– 2018 Jamaica

2005 Worcestershire

2008 Stanford Superstars

2008– 2010 Kolkata Knight Riders

2009/10– 2010/11 Western Australia Warriors

2011– 2017 Royal Challengers Bangalore

2011/12– 2012/13 Sydney Thunder

2011 Matabeleland Tuskers

2012 Barisal Burners

2013– 2016 Jamaica Tallawahs

2013 Dhaka Gladiators

2014 Highveld Lions

2015– 2016 Melbourne Renegades, Somerset

2015 Barisal Bulls

2016 Lahore Qalandars, Chittagong Vikings

2017 Karachi Kings, Rangpur Riders, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots

2018– present Kings XI Punjab, Balkh Legends, Jozi Stars, Kerala Kings

Vocation measurements

Competition Test ODI T20I FC

Matches 103 289 58 180

Runs scored 7,214 10,151 1,627 13,226

Batting average 42.18 38.16 32.54 44.83

100s/50s 15/37 25/51 2/13 32/64

Top score 333 215 117 333

Balls bowled 7,109 7,334 319 12,511

Wickets 73 165 17 132

Bowling average 42.73 35.43 22.17 39.34

5 wickets in innings 2 1 0 2

10 wickets in match 0 n/a n/a 0

Best bowling 5/34 5/46 2/15 5/34

Gets/stumpings 96/ – 120/ – 15/ – 158/ –

Chris Gayle

                                                                Chris Gayle


Christopher Henry Gayle, OD (brought into the world 21 September 1979) is a Jamaican cricketer who plays global cricket for the West Indies. Gayle captained the West Indies' Test side from 2007 to 2010. Considered as one of the best batsmen ever in Twenty20 (T20) cricket, Gayle has set various records over each of the three organizations of cricket.

He is generally recognized as a standout amongst the most dangerous batsman ever of diversion, especially in Twenty20. He is notable for hitting sixes, in 2012 he turned into the main player to hit a six off the primary chunk of a Test match. He holds the record for hitting the most sixes(515) in global cricket.

He is the principal batsman on the planet to crush 10,000 keeps running in all types of T20 cricket. He is the main player on the planet to score a hundred in T20I, a twofold hundred in ODI and a triple hundred in Test Cricket.

He is one of just four players who have scored two triple hundreds of years at Test level: 317 against South Africa in 2005, and 333 against Sri Lanka in 2010. Gayle turned into the main batsman in World Cup history to score a twofold century when he achieved 200 off 138 balls against Zimbabwe amid the 2015 World Cup.

He completed on 215 runs, which was the record for most noteworthy score in a World Cup until it was broken by Martin Guptill against Gayle's very own team.He is one of the six players to score a twofold century in ODIs. In March 2016, Gayle turned out to be just the second player (after Brendon McCullum) to hit two Twenty20 International hundreds, scoring 100 not out against England.

He plays residential cricket for Jamaica, and furthermore speaks to the Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League, the Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League, the Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League, the Rangpur Riders in the Bangladesh Premier League, Jozi Stars in Mzansi Super League, Vancouver Knights in Global T20 Canada and the Balkh Legends in the Afghanistan Premier League.

 He has additionally spoken to Worcestershire, the Western Warriors, Sydney Thunder, Barisal Burners, Rangpur Riders, Dhaka Gladiators, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kolkata Knight Riders and Somerset in his vocation.

In February 2019, Gayle reported that he will resign from ODIs after the 2019 Cricket World Cup.Later that month, in the arrangement against England, Gayle scored his 10,000th run and his 25th century.

Twenty20 cricket 

Chris Gayle's record in Twenty20 matches[29]

Period Matches Runs HS 100s 50s Avg.

T20I[30] 2006- 50 1519 117 2 13 35.33

IPL[31] 2009- 96 3563 175* 6 21 42.93

CLT20[32] 2009-14 6 257 92 0 2 42.83

BBL[33] 2011-16 22 22 100* 1 4 30.90

BPL[34] 2012- 38 1338 146* 5 4 41.81

CPL[35] 2013- 66 2111 111* 3 13 42.22

PSL[36] 2016-17 14 263 60 0 1 18.78

On 1 July 2009, Gayle marked with the Western Australia Warriors for the Australian Domestic Twenty20 competition known as the Big Bash for the 2009– 10 season.

Gayle with the Sydney Thunder in 2011

In 2011, subsequent to being let well enough alone for the underlying piece of the West Indies T20 and one-day home arrangement against Pakistan, Gayle selected to join the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the fourth release of the Indian Premier League

. In his introduction diversion against his past group Kolkata Knight Riders in their home ground, he scored 102 off 55 balls, hitting 10 fours and 7 sixes. On 6 May 2011, he scored one more century, 107 off 49 balls in Bangalore against the Kings XI Punjab, which included 10 fours and 9 sixes.In the following match against Kochi Tuskers Kerala

, he scored 37 keeps running in one over, which included 3 sixes, 3 fours and a no ball that was hit for a six.Although numerous individuals refer to him as having hit the over for 37, one run was granted as an additional because of the no ball.

He can accordingly be said to have hit 36 off an over that went for 37. Gayle won the Orange Cap Award for scoring the most keeps running in the competition gathering 608 keeps running in 12 matches.
He was instrumental in numerous triumphs for the Royal Challengers Bangalore and got five Man of the Match grants and furthermore the Player of the Tournament grant for his performances.

 In the 2011 Champions League Twenty20, Chris Gayle was the second most elevated run-scorer in the challenge, behind David Warner, with 257 keeps running from 6 matches at a normal of 42.83 and a top score of 92, and was one of the star players

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