Windies vs England 4th ODI: From the odd banter to foul mouthing, cricket has seen trolling of various kinds on-the-field. But how often have you seen a batsman salute to troll a bowler? Not often, we guess! Recently, during the 4th ODI between Windies and England, Buttler hit Sheldon Cottrell for a six and then saluted him. That was as subtle as it gets. Buttler smashed his highest One-day International (ODI) score of 150 off just 77 balls with 12 sixes and 13 fours while captain Eoin Morgan also made 103. The duo shared a 2014-run-partnership off 124 balls. England posted a mammoth 418/6. Also Read - Batting Legend Rahul Dravid to Speak at MIT Sports Analytics Conference

Here is probably the most entertaining moment of the match: Also Read - Ollie Pope Reveals Virat Kohli's Warning During 1st Test Between India And England: This is The Last of The Flat Wickets

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Meanwhile, Windies batsman Chris Gayle entered record books as he became the first cricketer to hit 500 international sixes. He also became the second Windies cricketer to breach the 10,000-run-mark in ODI cricket. He did it during the 4th ODI against England at St George’s, Grenada. Gayle scored a 162 off 97 balls. His innings was studded with 14 sixes and 11 fours. Chasing a mammoth 419 to win, the onus was on Gayle to get them as close as possible. He did that but could not take Windies over the line as they lost the match by 29 runs.