Chris Gayle has stunned the world with the highest ever World Cup score of 215 not out in the on-going match between West Indies and Zimbabwe.
The 35 year old all-rounder was going through a dry spell for a while but it seems all hell broke loose with his today’s stunning performance. West Indies has already crossed a strong total of 372 runs with two and a half over still in their pockets.
The Jamaican player is still going strong with a stunning partnership with Samuel. Gayle scored a smashing 215 runs innings of 138 balls beating Virender Shewag’s 140 runs record.
Gayle’s innings included 9 fours and 16 sixes. This is Gayle’s first three-figures score since June 2013.