Century for Gayle as Windies beat England in WT20


After winning the toss, West Indies skipper Darren Sammy asked England to bat first. English batsmen played well to compile a big total, with Joe Root (48) and Jos Buttler (30) leading the charge.

For West Indies, Andre Russell and Dwayne Bravo took two wickets each

A scintillating century from Chris Gayle powered the West Indies to a six-wicket victory over England at the World Twenty20 in Mumbai on Wednesday.

Gayle pummelled 100 off just 48 balls, including 11 sixes, as the West Indies comfortably chased down England’s modest total of 182 for six with 11 balls remaining and the loss of four wickets.

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