Gayle, the second oldest cricketer to become Man of the Series in 39 years
West Indian cricketer who made the fastest half-century in Gayle ODI
Grenada West Indies won the last ODI against England by 7 wickets on Sunday. With this he made a 5-series 2-2 draw. England won the first and fourth ODIs of the series. The third ODI was canceled due to rain. Chris Gayle of West Indies made 9 sixes in this match. He was the last ODI on his home ground. He scored a total of 39 sixes in this series. He made the most sixes in any ODI series or tournament.
Gayle broke his four year old record of doing so. He had scored 26 sixes during the 2015 One Day World Cup. Their ODIs against England has now gone to 84 sixes. These are the sixest sixes against any opposition team. Rohit Sharma is at number two. Rohit has scored 66 sixes against Australia so far
Gail missed the record of Imran Tahir for 32 days
Gayle Man of the Series was selected. Gail has made Man of the Series at 39 years 162 days. He is the world's second-best cricketer to achieve this feat in ODI cricket. The record of becoming Man of the Series at the earliest of ODIs is named after Imran Tahir of Pakistan. Tahir was made Man of the Series in 39 years 193 days against Zimbabwe in October last year.
Gail left the staff
Gayle scored 424 runs in this series. These are the most runs of any cricketer in the series of four or fewer one-dayers. He broke the record of Hashim Amla. Amla had scored 413 runs in the series against the West Indies in 2010.
Gayle became the 14th cricketer to score 10,000 ODI runs
In this series, Gayle completed his 10 thousand runs in ODIs. He is the 14th cricketer in the world to score 10,000 or more runs in ODIs. He is the oldest cricketer to touch 10 thousand runs. They have 10151 ODI runs. These include 25 Century Gayle is the second West Indian batsman to score 10,000 runs Prior to them, West Indian Brian Lara has made this achievement his name. Lara completed his 10 thousand runs in 278 innings of 287 ODIs. Gayle touched this figure in the 282nd innings of 288 matches.
Gayle broke Sammy's record
Gayle scored 77 runs in 27 balls with the help of 5 fours and 9 sixes in the last ODI of the series. He completed his half-century in 19 balls. He is a cricketer who is the half-century in the West Indies one-day internationals. Before that, this record was Darren Sammy's name. Sammy scored a half century in 20 balls against South Africa in 2010.
Windies made their highest scores in the series
In the fourth ODI of the series, the West Indies team was all out for 389 runs in 48 overs. This is his highest score in ODIs. However, despite this, he lost the match by 29 runs. Overall, this is the third highest score, even after making so many runs, no team lost the match. Earlier Australia had lost 434 against South Africa in Johannesburg in 2006 and despite making 411 runs in India in Rajkot in 2009, Sri Lanka.
West Indies top spot for most sixes in series
West Indies batsmen made 66 sixes in this series. Along with that, he reached the top joint in most bilateral series with the highest number of sixes. The Australian team had scored 66 sixes in the 6 match series against India in 2013.