West Indies’ Dwayne Bravo achieves astonishing feat in T20 cricket

Posted By: | Posted On: Sep 16, 2021 | Posted In: Cricket

West Indies player Dwayne Bravo made a big record in his name. He has become the second cricketer to play 500 T20 matches. The name of Kieron Pollard of his own country comes at number one. Achievement matters a lot to Bravo. Bravo has achieved this stage while playing in different countries.

Bravo reached the milestone during the final of the Caribbean Premier League. 37-year-old Dwayne Bravo is the captain of St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in the CPL. After playing the final match of CPL, Dwayne Bravo will fly to UAE to play in IPL. In IPL he plays for Chennai Super Kings.

Bravo has an important and different place in the West Indies team. He would like to win the T20 World Cup title for the third time for the Caribbean team in October-November. The team of Windies has been placed in Group 1 where apart from Australia and South Africa, there is also a team of England.

The West Indies team for the T20 World Cup does not have some senior players. For the first time in six years, West Indies have brought back veteran fast bowler Ravi Rampaul in the team. Rampaul, a member of the 2012 World Cup winning squad, played his last T20I against Sri Lanka in 2015 and returned to consolidate a solid looking lineup. West Indies Cricket Board has made every effort to strengthen the bowling.

The #CPL2021 final is Dwayne Bravo’s 500th T20 appearance.

In 499 games, he has scored 6,566 runs and picked up 540 wickets. https://t.co/VZPsDbC7zb

In the batting, West Indies have many players who have hit big shots. He had won the title last time by defeating England. This time England are with him for the group stage. It has to be seen how the West Indies team performs this time.

Before the T20 World Cup, many West Indies players will play in the IPL. Nothing can be better than IPL in UAE to prepare for T20 World Cup. Dwayne Bravo will try his best to understand the pitches well and get on the field for the T20 World Cup.


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