Is there merit to those voices criticising Chris Gayle's Innings?

By Sports Desk February 21, 2019

Chris Gayle scored a losing 135 on what is likely his last match in Barbados as a Windies ODI player. Centuries from Jason Royes and Joe Root gave England a comfortable 6-wicket victory in the first game of their ODI series. Gayle's innings, slow at points, has been criticised. Are these criticisms warranted?

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