Chris Gayle's last world cup


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The world cup is beginning from May 30 in United Kingdom, and Chris Gayle is named vice – captain of the West Indies team. 

Gayle is one of the best opener. He is set to retire from One Day Internationals, and this is going to be his fifth and last appearance in world cup tournament.

“This world cup is special for me and It is always an honor to represent the West Indies in any format.”  said Chris, after being named as vice-captain. A destructive  form of Gayle can be seen  in the home series against England. Scoring two hundreds and half-centuries in the five-match series.

C. Gayle was once WI’s captain, who last led the regional side in June 2010. He is already playing well in the ongoing IPL tournament, scored nearly 500 runs.

"It is my responsibility to support the captain and everyone else in the team. This will probably be the biggest World Cup, so there are great expectations and I know we will do very well for the people of the West Indies," said the 39-year-old, who has amassed 10151 runs in 289 ODIs. Announcements were also made that Shai Hope will be the vice-captain in on-going tri-series in Ireland.


"It's a tremendous honor to be appointed as vice-captain in Ireland, for this tri-series. Ahead of this tournament, I was asked to take on this role and I was happy to accept.I will always put my hand up if anything is asked to do for west indies cricket,I'm always happy, so this is great," said Hope.



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