A match between West Indies and Papua New Guinea… may break Puran Gayle’s record


Windies vs png match today Can break Puran Gal’s record

New Delhi. Hosts West Indies will take on Papua New Guinea in their first match of the T20 World Cup on Sunday. This match will be played at the Providence Stadium in Guyana. Many West Indies players have returned from playing in the IPL in India. Andre Russell and Nicholas Pooran are in great form right now. Puran can break Chris Gayle’s record in the first match of T20 World Cup 2024. He has a chance to become the highest run-scorer for West Indies in T20 International cricket. The season of IPL 2024 has been great for the entire season. He scored 499 runs in 14 matches this season.

Nicholas Pooran will surpass Chris Gyal’s record of 52 against Papua New Guinea (WI vs PNG). Gayle is currently the highest run-scorer for the Windies in T20 International cricket. Puran has scored 1848 runs in 88 T20 Internationals while Chris Gayle has 1899 runs to his name. Gayle has played 79 T20 International matches for West Indies. Pooran played a brilliant innings against Australia in the practice match of the T20 World Cup. He scored a quick 75 off 25 balls.

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Gayle has the most sixes to his name
Nicholas Pooran can also break Chris Gayle’s record for most sixes in T20 World Cup. For this he needs 10 sixes. Puran has so far hit 115 sixes while Chris Gayle has 124 sixes in T20 Internationals. He is the batsman who has hit the most sixes in T20Is for West Indies.

Windies team is full of power hitters
West Indies will be looking to make a big splash in the T20 World Cup after beating Papua New Guinea by a wide margin in their first match. The Windies have big hitters like Pooran, Russell, Rovman Powell and Brendan King, who have the ability to single-handedly change the course of a match on any given day.

Tags: Andrew Russell, Nicholas Pooran, T20 World Cup, West Indies

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