Pak vs WI World Cup 2019: Chris Gayle Records Most Sixes Cricket World Cup, Plus ODI Batting Average | This year's Gale bat, a run of averages of 94, more than his career average - Online Betting Guides
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Pak vs WI World Cup 2019: Chris Gayle Records Most Sixes Cricket World Cup, Plus ODI Batting Average | This year's Gale bat, a run of averages of 94, more than his career average

West Indies beat Pakistan by 7 wickets in their World Cup match
Chris Gayle becomes the fastest batsman in ODI history

Sports desk In the second match of the Cricket World Cup 2019, West Indies defeated Pakistan by 7 wickets. In the match, Chris Gayle made Fifty while doing a spectacular batting for the Caribbean team. They scored 50 runs off 34 balls. Who was 52st Fifty of his career. During this match, Gayle has made three sixes, along with that he has become the highest batsmen in the history of this tournament. Gayle, who is playing his last ODI World Cup, is currently under tremendous form. His average in ODIs is that he has never been in any one year during his career.

Runs of average of 94.80 runs

– Talk about Chris Gayle's ODI career, he has played 290 matches in this format, of which 10,201 runs are scored. During this period, his career average was 38.20. While this year they are making runs from the average of 94.8.
In the year 2019, Gayle has played 6 ODIs (5 innings), in which he scored 474 runs at an average of 94.8. This is the best average of any of their ODI career in any one year, and almost twice as much as his career average.
– Earlier, Gayle gave the best performance in 2008, when he scored 632 runs in 14 matches (13 innings) from 52.66 average. In the next 10 years, his average has not gone above 40 in any year.

Batsman becomes the highest scorer in the World Cup

– Chris Gayle made 3 sixes in this match against Pakistan. After that, he has also become the batsmen to make the most sixes in the history of the World Cup tournament.
By putting the third in the match, he broke records of South African batsmen AB de Villiers putting the most of the six. De Villiers put 37 cents in the World Cup career

Chris Gayle averaged 52.66 in ODI cricket across 2008. He then went a decade without averaging over 40 in a calendar year – in 2019, he's averaging 94.80. # CWC19 pic.twitter.com/3lh79csKS2
– The CricViz Analyst (@cricvizanalyst) May 31, 2019

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