Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Gayle's explosive century emerged victorious from the bay

Gayle's explosive century emerged victorious from the bayChris Gayle (100 not out) because of the stormy century West Indies T20 World Cup victory has opened. West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday in a match defeated England by six wickets.

Batting first after losing the toss, England's loss of six wickets in 20 overs 182 runs scored was strong. Gayle's blistering century helped West Indies to the target in 18.1 overs losing four wickets large achieved.

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Chasing a huge target, the West Indies had lost their first wicket for just two runs. But Gayle was supported on one end and England were sending out frequent border.

Gayle batted in his familiar style and completed his century in just 47 balls. He Balls 48. Gayle's 11 sixes in his blistering innings with five fours. Atishi innings in front of his goal of 183 for West Indies proved dwarf.

The stormy century with the fastest century in Twenty20 record GAIL demolished. Gayle against South Africa in Johannesburg in 2007 was made a century in 50 balls, which he himself broke today. South Africa's record of fastest century in Twenty20 is the name of Richard Levi. He smashed a century off 45 balls against New Zealand in 2012.

Marlan Samuels (37) Gayle was well-supported. Both 55-run partnership for the second wicket. Samuels was out for a total score of 57.

Gayle Samuels after the fiercely took the news of England's batsmen. At the other end Dinesh Ramdin (12), Dwan Bravo (2) were dismissed early.

Then Gayle scored faster and retained Adhiktr strike team victory with 11 balls remaining. Russell returned to the pavilion with 16 runs not out.

West Indies won the toss and invited England to bat.

Joe Root of England was the most contributed 48 runs. Besides, Jos Butler contributed 30 runs. Route two runs short of his half-century. His effort and faced 36 balls with three fours and two sixes.

Butler and Eoin Morgan (27 not out) in the final overs, scoring the fastest team to reach a big score.

Russell Bravo, the West Indies and two wickets. Benn got one wicket, while the batsman is run out.