Shannon Gabriel is a fast-bowler who plays for West Indian. He became a key member of the Trinidad and Tobago's attack quickly after his debut in 2010. Gabriel made his Test match debut for West Indies in May 2012 against England at Lord's. He made his One Day International (ODI) debut on 21 June 2016 against Australia. In April 2019, he was named in the West Indies' squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
The 22-year old bowler made his debut for Trinidad & Tobago in 2010 and quickly became an integral part of their pace attack. 
During the Zimbabwe tour of West Indies in 2012/2013, he scalped 6 wickets in 2 matches. He was then named in West Indies squad to India in November 2013. However, he was selected only for the second Test at Mumbai.
Things turned for the good for him as he picked up his maiden fifer against Pakistan in 2016 at Abu Dhabi. 
In 2017, Gabriel's picked 9 for 92 at Bridgetown to set up a famous Test win for Windies against Pakistan. And then picked 6 wickets against England at Leeds. The pacer has been a regular in the team since.