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#2 Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle

The Superman of the shortest format of the game – Chris Gayle is one of the crowd favorites. Undoubtedly, he has been the biggest crowd puller of all time, be it for Windies or RCB at the Chinnaswamy or any other franchise cricket. Gayle is now 38-years-old and certainly, the next one would be his last World Cup.

The left-hander hasn’t been a consistent feature in the Windies ODI line-up for a few years. But the destroyer of the cricket ball would want to wear the brown jersey for the one last time at the biggest event of the game. He might continue playing T20 cricket after the World Cup 2019 but we might see the last of the Universe Boss in 50-over cricket next year.

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