Chris Gayle continued to dominate the build-up to the World Cup quarter-final between New Zealand and West Indies when captain Jason Holder said a decision on his fitness would be delayed until Saturday.
West Indies captain Darren Sammy laughed off Indian batsman Suresh Raina`s claim that the big-hitting Caribbean cricketers cannot rotate the strike and dared the Indians to stop his batsmen from hitting sixes in Sunday`s World Twenty20 match.
Dashing West Indies opener Chris Gayle was today `clean bowled` by authentic Bengali cuisine as he was seen gorging on `Chingdi Macher Malai Curry` (Prawn curry on coconut water), Mishti Doi and Rosogolla.
Opener Chris Gayle was at his attacking best as he smashed a 100-ball 109 to fashion an easy six-wicket victory for the West Indies against Sri Lanka in the opening match of the Tri-nation One-Day series here.
While the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchisees may splurge on recruiting foreign imports, it`s the Indian players who are ruling the roost - from topping the batting charts to being the most successful captain.
Chris Gayle, whose powerful batting laid the foundation for a West Indies semi-final win against Australia Friday, is predicting his side will emerge victorious when they meet Sri Lanka in the World Twenty20 final Sunday.