Chris Gayle becomes the first cricketer to score two 100's in T20

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NEW DELHI: Chris Gayle has become the only batsman who has scored two 100's in T20 after recently retired New Zealand Captain Brendon McCullum.

 

Gayle made his first 100 in 50 balls in World T20 cricket 2007 in South Africa.

 

He scored his second hundred against England in just 48 balls.

 

The match was played between England and West Indies.

 

England set a target of 183 runs in the first inning while West Indies chased the target in just 18.1 overs comfortably.

 

Gayle contributed in this win with 5 fours and 11 sixes.

 

Gayle said “The preparation has been really good, it’s all about practicing and then doing it in the middle.”

 

West Indies performed well in the opening match of T20 World Cup and is playing its second match against Sri Lnaka on March 20.