Chris Gayle to retire from ODIs after 2019 World Cup

The West Indies cricket board on Sunday reported that Chris Gayle will resign from One-day Internationals after the ICC Cricket World Cup to be held in England and Wales not long from now. 

"Gayle made the declaration only in front of a Windies practice session paving the way to the One-Day International arrangement against England at Kensington Oval in Barbados," an announcement on Windies cricket official site said. 

Gayle, 39, is the second most topped West Indies player with 284 matches and is additionally the second most astounding run-scorer with 9,727 runs, behind just Brian Lara - who has 10,405 keeps running from 299 matches. 

Gayle additionally has the most number of hundreds of years by a West Indian in a 50-over diversion with 23 to his name. 

He additionally holds the record for the most noteworthy score of 215 which he scored in the last release of the World Cup against Zimbabwe. 

Gayle has additionally gotten 165 wickets. 

Not long ago, Gayle made an arrival to universal cricket after he was named in the ODI squad for the initial two matches against England. The dashing left-hander last played an ODI for the West Indies in July 2018 - in a home arrangement against Bangladesh.