Shai Hope said it will be a sad day for world cricket when Chris Gayle finally calls time on his illustrious international career.
After scoring 421 runs against England in the final warmup match on Tuesday, West Indies' Shai Hope believes that they can beat England's record of scoring the highest number of runs in one-day internationals.
West Indies vs New Zealand warm-up match: Andre Russell and Jason Holder's 82-run partnership for seventh wicket in just 39 deliveries helped West Indies set a mammoth target of 422
Campbell scoring 179 runs off 137 balls and Hope making 172 off 152 deliveries add serious muscles to the West Indies top-order, with an eye to the World Cup.
Bangladesh made 255-7 and Hope singlehandedly thwarted the host with a career-best ODI knock to hold together the West Indies' winning reply of 256-6 and keep the series alive.
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