Cricket World Cup 2015: Chris Gayle hits first World Cup 200

Double ton Chris Gayle helped West Indies pile up a 373-run target, winning the match by 73 runs on Duckworth/Lewis method in their Pool B tie against Zimbabwe.

Gayle's 215 came off 147 balls as he hit a total of 16 sixes becoming the first player to reach a double ton in World Cup.

His stand of 372 with Marlon Samuels, 133 from 156 balls, was also a record partnership for any ODI wicket.


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