Chris Gayle broke only 67 balls in 38 balls while the West Indies crossed the Chase.© AFP
For six years Chris Gayle’s first T20 international in the West Indies took a six-game winning streak against Australia in the third matchday of five matches played on Monday at Daren Sammy Stadium in St. Lucia. After the tourists struggled again after a modest 142 goal, Gayl regained his most destructive form with the Smashing seven-pointer and took just 67 balls in 67 quarters in four quarters to lead his team to a 3-0 lead. in series.
He sent a disturbing warning to all opponents that the 41-year-old Caribbean team could be a factor in defending the T20 World Cup title in three months.
Gayle’s pyrotechnics followed another effective performance in the West Indies as the bracelet player Hayden Walsh once again presented the most effective challenge to the Australians, limiting the number of visitors to 141 from six to six to six.
General Moises Henriques scored with 33 and Struck is the only two-six entrants to his team since the first finished on the 16th.
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