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Chris Gayle's 'welcome' gesture made me laugh: Martin Guptill

Chris Gayle's 'welcome' gesture made me laugh: Martin Guptill

New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill on Saturday said he was amused at West Indies opener Chris Gayle's 'welcome to the 200 league' gesture after cracking a whirlwind knock of 237 runs in a cricket World Cup quarter-final here.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Martin Guptill's innings unforgettable, says Brendon McCullum

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Martin Guptill's innings unforgettable, says Brendon McCullum

A jubilant New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum said on Saturday that opener Martin Guptill’s innings will be etched in his memory forever.

ICC World Cup: Cricket fraternity laud Martin Guptill for heroic double ton

ICC World Cup: Cricket fraternity laud Martin Guptill for heroic double ton

Double tons have become a regular phenomenon in ODI cricket as this time it was New Zealand's Martin Guptill who defined supremacy in Wellington in an intense semi-final clash on Saturday against the West Indies in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2015.

Majestic Martin Guptill adds new feather in the 200-run club in ODIs

Majestic Martin Guptill adds new feather in the 200-run club in ODIs

Double tons have become a regular phenomenon in ODI cricket as this time it was New Zealand's Martin Guptill who defined supremacy in Wellington in an intense semi-final clash on Saturday against the West Indies in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2015.

ICC World Cup 2015: Back-to-back tons for New Zealand`s Martin Guptill

ICC World Cup 2015: Back-to-back tons for New Zealand`s Martin Guptill

New Zealand`s Martin Guptill scored his second consecutive century at the World Cup on Saturday, giving the Black Caps a major boost in their quarter-final against the West Indies.

ICC World Cup 2015: New Zealand vs West Indies - As it happened...

ICC World Cup 2015: New Zealand vs West Indies - As it happened...

New Zealand thrashed West Indies by 143 to seal their semi-final spot in the ICC World Cup 2015.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: West Indies vs New Zealand – Preview

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: West Indies vs New Zealand – Preview

New Zealand, by their own admission, face their first true test of the World Cup in their quarter-final against the West Indies on Saturday after emerging from pool play unbeaten.

ICC World Cup 2015: Win over favourites New Zealand would be huge, says Jason Holder

ICC World Cup 2015: Win over favourites New Zealand would be huge, says Jason Holder

A victory for West Indies against New Zealand in their cricket World Cup quarter-final on Saturday would be "huge" for fans back in the Caribbean eager to put months of controversy behind them, according to captain Jason Holder.

ICC World Cup 2015: We attack, attack, attack because it works, says Brendon McCullum

ICC World Cup 2015: We attack, attack, attack because it works, says Brendon McCullum

New Zealand will stick with their crash, bang, wallop brand of cricket in Saturday`s World Cup quarter-final against West Indies because it gives them the best chance of winning, captain Brendon McCullum said on Friday.

ICC World Cup 2015: Chris Gayle trains for first time ahead of quarter-final

ICC World Cup 2015: Chris Gayle trains for first time ahead of quarter-final

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.

World Cup 2015: Ross Taylor's form not a concern for Kiwis ahead of quarter-final against Windies

World Cup 2015: Ross Taylor's form not a concern for Kiwis ahead of quarter-final against Windies

Ross Taylor`s last innings against Bangladesh should have been a celebration for the 31-year-old right hander.

ICC World Cup: Windies confident of Chris Gayle fitness for New Zealand clash

ICC World Cup: Windies confident of Chris Gayle fitness for New Zealand clash

West Indies believe Chris Gayle will have a major impact on Saturday`s World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand even if he`s only half fit.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Quarter-finals line-up

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Quarter-finals line-up

Former champions the West Indies and Pakistan registered easy wins against Associate teams from the United Arab Emirates and Ireland respectively on the final day of the pool actions today confirmed their passages into the knock-out stage of the ongoing cricket world cup Down Under.

New Zealand beat Windies by 12 runs in first Twenty20

New Zealand relied on their two most experienced batsmen to defeat the West Indies by 12 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis scoring method in the rain-affected first T20 International at Windsor Park to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.

Rain hits as West Indies struggle against New Zealand

New Zealand were pressing for a series-clinching victory with the West Indies struggling at 72 for three after being set a victory target of 308 when rain brought an early end to play before lunch on the last day of the third and final Test at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Monday.

Chanderpaul, Gayle fail to pull West Indies out of rut

Half-centuries from veteran left-handers Shiv Chanderpaul and Chris Gayle did little to revive West Indies from their struggles and New Zealand look heavy favourites to win the opening Test at Sabina Park.

Williamson, Latham put New Zealand in control

Kane Williamson`s sixth Test hundred and a battling 83 by opener Tom Latham put New Zealand in control at 240 for two at stumps on day one of the first Test against the West Indies on Sunday.

2nd T20I: New Zealand defeat West Indies by 4 wickets, seal series

New Zealand inflicted a further defeat on the West Indies in their second Twenty20 international on Wednesday to bring a dismal end to the visiting team`s tour.

New Zealand beat Windies in rain-hit 4th ODI

New Zealand won a rain-affected fourth one-day international by 58 runs on Saturday to take a 2-1 lead over the West Indies in their five-match series.

Guptill regains form to lift New Zealand

Martin Guptill made a timely return to form with a well compiled 81 as New Zealand reached 285-6, batting first against the West Indies in the fourth one-day international Saturday.