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Gayle sizzles with 72 in last ODI

DNMUM441248 | 8/15/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :441

Opener smashes 5 sixes in perhaps his last international game; WI reach 240/7 in rain-interrupted game; India set 255 to win
India in West Indies Third ODI

West Indies great Chris Gayle sizzled as he has done all these years in what may have been his final international appearance.
On Wednesday, in the rain-interrupted third and final ODI, the 39-year-old Jamaican hit a 41-ball 72 before walking back to the dressing room with his head held high. Rain first stopped play briefly in the second over but a long break with Windies on 158/2 in 22 overs forced the game to be reduced to 35 overs a side.
When play resumed past midnight (IST), West Indies posted 240/7. By DLS Method, India’s target was 255 in 35 overs.
West Indies won the toss and elected to bat first at the Queen’s Park Oval. India made one change, bringing in wrist spinner Yuzvendra Chahal for left-arm chinaman bowle
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