Gayle who had said that he would be retiring from global cricket after the World Cup, earlier in the day said that his plan is to play a Test match against India later this year. That's my plan after World Cup.
Asked about Gayle's reversal, Holder looked slightly off-guard.
West Indies skipper Jason Holder was surprised with Gayle's comment and said that he didn't say anything in the dressing room.
Responding to a similar question if Team India was concerned with the colour controversy, Aun said, "I didn't say I'm not bothered". It is however not clear whether he will take the field against the West Indies.
These teams met in a five-match ODI series in India last October, with the hosts coming out on top via three wins and a tie.
"I just found out as well, too".
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"So beyond all that, I think what has really got him into the situation that he is is his ability to play cricket and that's exactly what we made him focus on".
West Indies had a good start to their World Cup campaign as they thrashed Pakistan by seven wickets in their opening match. And great young players are great players, full stop. "Yes, Chris Gayle will play his last series against India", Spooner told PTI. The cricket match that was held on June 16 between India and Pakistan had a record-breaking viewership.
Bowling coach Bharat Arun believes India have "an embarrassment of riches" among the seamers in their World Cup squad after Mohammed Shami came to the fore against Afghanistan. While he is now 12th in the list of leading run-getters, Kohli will surely move upwards with India still to play as many as four games in the group stages alone.
"I still have a few games to go, maybe another series to go, who knows?"
"I'm definitely up there with the greats without a doubt", he said. This competition format will give enthusiasts of the sport an exciting opportunity to see the most number of matches during a World Cup and is even more incentive to increase viewership from India. I've actually achieved a lot. "Kapil Paaji's valiant contributions, everyone contributing in their own way, but I think so much of Jimmy Paa, the MOM in semis & finals", former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag tweeted.
The Master Blaster picked "Bhuvi", as pacer is commonly known, for his sheer ability to trouble swashbuckling West Indies batsman Chris Gayle.