Kolkata: West Indies' destructive opener Chris Gayle on Tuesday said while he wished a great farewell for legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar, his side will be out there to "spoil the fun and parade" when they take on India in the two-Test series next month. (West Indies arrive in India)
"Sachin's a legend and we wish him a great farewell and we want him to walk away happily, but not victorious," said Gayle.
"That Test in Mumbai (Sachin's 200th Test) will be fantastic. The atmosphere will be great as they always have been a lively crowd. Indian crowd always come out to support cricket and with Sachin, it's going to be even bigger. The West Indies will put on a good show but we're eyeing the series so we may be spoiling the fun and parade," Gayle told 'Cricinfo'. (Also read: Irrelevant if Sachin scores in last Tests or not, says Dravid)