Chris Gayle

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Club: Punjab Kings
Position: Allrounder
Nationality: Jamaican
Age: 21.09.1979 (42)
Batting style: Left-handed
Bowling style: Right-arm off break
Wife: Natasha Berridge
Height: 191 cm (6'3'')
Weight: 95 Kg (209 Ibs)
Team: Jamaica 1998–2018
Team: Worcestershire 2005
Team: Stanford Superstars 2008
Team: KKR 2008–2010
Team: Western Australia 2009–2011
Team: RCB 2011–2017
Team: Sydney Thunder 2011/12–2012/13
Team: Matabeleland Tuskers 2011
Team: Barisal Burners 2012
Team: Jamaica Tallawahs 2013–2016
Team: Dhaka Gladiators 2013
Team: Highveld Lions 2014
Team: Melbourne Renegades 2015–2016
Team: Barisal Bulls 2015
Team: Lahore Qalandars 2016
Team: Chittagong Vikings 2016
Team: Karachi Kings 2017
Team: Rangpur Riders 2017
Team: St Kitts and Nevis Patriots 2017
Team: Quetta Gladiators 2018–present
Team: Jozi Stars 2018–present
Team: Balkh Legends 2018–present
Team: Kings XI Punjab 2018–present

Season Team League
1998–2018 Jamaica
2005 Worcestershire
2008 Stanford Superstars
2008–2010 Kolkata Knight Riders
2009–2011 Western Australia
2011–2017 Royal Challengers Bangalore
2011/12–2012/13 Sydney Thunder
2011 Matabeleland Tuskers
2012 Barisal Burners
2013–2016 Jamaica Tallawahs
2013 Dhaka Gladiators
2014 Highveld Lions
2015–2016 Melbourne Renegades
2015 Barisal Bulls
2016 Lahore Qalandars
2016 Chittagong Vikings
2017 Karachi Kings
2017 Rangpur Riders
2017 St Kitts and Nevis Patriots
2018–present Quetta Gladiators
2018–present Jozi Stars
2018–present Balkh Legends
2018–present Kings XI Punjab

Christopher Henry Gayle is a Jamaican cricketer who plays international cricket for the West Indies. Gayle was captain of the West Indies Test team from 2007 to 2010. Considered one of the best batsmen of all time, Gayle has set numerous records in all three formats of the game.

Gayle had announced that he would retire from competitive cricket after the 2019 Cricket World Cup in February 2019. But in June 2019, during the Cricket World Cup, Gayle expressed his desire to play in ODI matches against India in August, and possibly in a Test match as well.Gayle last played in a Test match in September 2014 against Bangladesh. He has been named in the West Indies ODI squad for the series against India in July 2019. Gayle played his 300th ODI during the series against India, which includes five matches for the ICC World Team XI. In the same match, Gayle became the West Indies’ leading batsman in cricket. He passed Brian Lara’s record of 10,348 runs. Gayle was included in the ICC T20I team of the decade in December 2020.