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WIvsSL: Caribbean batsman Chris Gayle selected in national team, says – my dream to win T20 World Cup again for West Indies

Internet desk. Explosive Caribbean batsman Chris Gayle is back in his country’s national team. After this, they have left the Pakistani Super League in the middle. Excited to play for the national team, Chris Gayle has said that he will always strive to play in the national team. It is a matter of pride to play for our country. He has said that he really wants to play for the West Indies, because his heart resides here.

Gayle admitted on Monday that he still had the same passion and desire to play for the West Indies as he had before. He said, he will try to give his 100 percent to whatever number he will be asked to bat. Gayle said that I had really thought of moving away from cricket, but the fans told him not to do so and to play as far as possible, so I decided that I would continue playing. I was not thinking about playing in the national team. I had in mind that I play franchise cricket and entertain people as much as possible.

Before the home series against Sri Lanka, Gayle said that when I got a call and was asked if I wanted to play, I said yes, I want to play for the West Indies, because my heart is here. I am not going to turn down anything related to West Indies cricket at this time, so I came back from Pakistan to be a part of the team participating in the World Cup, so that we could win the T20 World Cup by building unity in the team. Can.

The series will begin with the first T20 match between the West Indies and Sri Lanka on March 3. Three T20s, three ODIs and two Test matches will be played between the two. After the conclusion of the T20 series on March 7, the ODI series will start from March 10, while the two Tests will be played on March 21 and 29.


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