July 1 turned out to be a dark day for the mighty West Indies cricket team. The two-time champions West Indies failed to qualify for the ODI World Cup 2023. The team lost to Scotland by 7 wickets. Due to this, they could not qualify for the World Cup. They were also beaten by teams like Zimbabwe and Netherlands in the World Cup qualifiers. This will be the first time in the history of the ODI World Cup, when the West Indies team will not be seen playing in the tournament. On one hand, former players like Darren Sammy, Michael Holding are saddened by the team’s defeat, but on the other hand, Chris Gayle is seen partying.
Chris Gayle, who is known for his luxurious lifestyle, has shared a video on Instagram. In this video, Gayle is seen in a party mood. He is seen smoking a cigarette in this video. Also, the beautiful girl standing behind him is giving him a body massage. Gayle is said to have shared this video after his team’s exit from the ODI World Cup 2023.
This video has received 16 lakh views. Also, more than 2 lakh likes and more than 1 thousand comments have been showered. Former England captain Kevin Pietersen has also commented on this video. He captioned it with a smiling emoji, writing “Peter”. Also, one fan wrote, “Celebrating West Indies losing bro.” Another commented in Hindi, writing, “Aag lage chahe basti mein, baba to rehta hai masti mein.”
Silence left on retirement
Chris Gayle is 43 years old and has broken his silence on retirement saying, “I have not thought about retirement yet. People still want to see me play. I am fully prepared to take the field.”
The last ODI match played by West Indies was during the 2019 ODI World Cup. After that, the last international T20 match was played in 2021. Meanwhile, he is also seen playing in different T20 leagues. However, no one bid on it in the IPL. Gayle was also saddened to remain unsold at the auction. (universe boss chris gayle enjoying vacations west indies out of cricket world cup)
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