T20 World Cup: Chris Gayle caught up with Mitchell Marsh after dismissing him


T20 World Cup: A funny incident happened in the match played between Australia and West Indies on Saturday night. When Australia needed just one run to win, then ‘Universe Boss’ Chris Gayle took the wicket. In the joy of getting the wicket, he went straight to the dismissal Australian batsman Mitchell Marsh. Seeing such a celebration of getting a wicket, the players standing on the field, the spectators and the commentators present in the stadium could not stop laughing.

This celebration was very special for Chris Gayle. This is because this match was probably his last encounter and the ball on which he got the wicket was probably the last ball of his career. After being dismissed during the first innings of the match, when Gayle greeted the audience with the bat, it was being speculated that Gayle would retire after this match. After the match, he also told himself to be semi retired. He also said that now he would like to say goodbye to cricket by playing his last match in the West Indies.

Chris Gayle appeared in the mood for fun in the match. During his over, he was also seen groping the pockets of Australian batsman David Warner.

West Indies’ journey in T20 World Cup is over. The team is out of the World Cup after losing four out of five matches. West Indies’ only win in this World Cup came against Bangladesh. The match against Australia was special for West Indies only because it was the last match of all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, although the players of the team could not give a winning farewell to Bravo.

Batting first, West Indies scored 157 runs in the match. Gayle gave the team a quick start but he was dismissed after scoring 15 runs in 9 balls. Due to the innings of Pollard and Russell, West Indies could cross 150. In reply, Australia achieved the target by losing just 2 wickets. West Indies bowlers could not stand anywhere in front of the stormy innings of David Warner and Mitchell Marsh.

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