The All Rounder Dwayne Bravo Retires from International Cricket:
Windies All Rounder Dwayne Bravo announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket. Dwayne Bravo is not taking part in the ongoing series against India. The Veteran all-rounder represents Trinidad and Tobago in the super 50 over tournament in the Caribbean. It has been over Two years since Bravo representing Windies Team in an International Fixture. Bravo’s last appearance in an international match for national side came in the year 2014 against Pakistan in a T20 match at Abu Dhabi. However, Bravo made his reputation as an all-time greatest T20 player. The news “The All-Rounder Dwayne Bravo Retires from International Cricket” came as a shock to the whole world.
Dwayne Bravo Early Life:
Dwayne John Bravo born on 7th October 1983 at Santa Cruz in Trinidad and Tobago. He played all the format of the game and captained Windies team in all the format. Bravo is an integral part of Chennai Super Kings in IPL. He is one of the genuine all-rounders, he bats Right handed and bowls right-arm fast medium. Bravo is one of the specialist ‘Death Over’ bowler in limited over games. Earlier in the year, 2015 Bravo announced his retirement from Test Cricket. Bravo participated as a contestant in Indian Dance Reality show ‘Jhalak Dikhla Ja’.
Dwayne Bravo Career:
Dwayne Bravo represented in 40 Test for West Indies and scored 2200 runs including 3 centuries and 13 half centuries. Bravo bagged 86 test wickets with an average of 39.84. Dwayne Bravo played 164 ODI and scored 2968 runs with an average of 25.36 includes 2 centuries and 10 half centuries also picked 199 ODI wickets with an average of 29.52. In the T20 he scored 1142 runs and bagged 52 wickets to his name. He is one of the best all-rounders in world cricket when it comes to the shorter format of the game. Bravo represents in all the franchise level tournament such as IPL, BBL, BPL, PSL AFL, CPL.etc. Bravo was part of 2 times World T20 and one time ICC Champions Trophy winning team.
Dwayne Bravo’s Last Statement:
Bravo in his last statement said “Today I want to announce official retirement from international cricket in all the format of the game. After 14 years I still remember the moment when I wore a Marron Cap for the first time at Lords way back in 2004 playing against England. I kept my Enthusiasm and Passionate throughout my career. I am retiring from cricket for next generation.
Bravo also mentioned thanks to his family friends and QPCC where I developed my skills at an early stage. Thanks to my loyal fans who supported me throughout my career. I am fortunate enough to get such a career that gave me name and fame across the world like to thanks all the players with whom I share the dressing room. I will continue my professional cricket and will be available for tournaments such as IPL, BBL, CPL, PSL, BPL etc.