Chris Gayle Hopes to Score Big as West Indies Fight to Save Jamaican's 100th Test

Chris Gayle scored a 125-ball knock of 64 in the first innings against New Zealand in the first Test at Sabina Park.

updated: June 11, 2014 22:02 IST
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Chris Gayle in action on Day 3 of his 100th Test © AFP

West Indian opener Chris Gayle, who marked his 100th Test appearance with his 35th Test half-century in the first innings, hopes to get a bigger score in the second to save his side in the first Test against New Zealand at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica. (West Indies Suffer Nightmare in Gayle's 100th Test)

"Getting a nice start and getting a half-century was vital. From a team point of view, (I'm) disappointed that we are fielding again today (Tuesday). I am looking forward to batting second and hopefully I can get a big one," Gayle said at a press conference. (Chris Gayle, He Also Plays Cricket!)

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