West Indies all rounder Dwayne Bravo announced retirement from international cricket. While remaining available to pay domestic T20 leagues around the globe.
35th year old , Bravo revealed a statement to the media and said that he will always remember the moment when he received his maiden cap 14 years ago.
However, i must accept that for me to preserve my longevity as a professional cricketer, I must do as others before have done, leave the international arena for the next generation of players.
He adds, “I thank the countless persons who were instrumental to my success, particularly my family and QPCC where I developed my skill at an early age”
Dwayne Bravo said, I thank to my loyal fans who always support mu journey and who recognize my efforts on and off the field.
Dwayne Bravo played last ODI in Oct 2014 and has not made an appearance for the West Indies Test cricket
since Dec 2010.
Dwayne Bravo played a roles for West Indies at the two ICC World T20s in 2012 and 2016. Having played a total of 270 international games for the team over the course of these 18 years, including 40 test matches, 164 ODIs and 66 T20Is.
He bagged a total of 2,968 runs in ODI at an average of 25.36 while picked 199 wickets with his best being that of 6/43.
In T20Is , he scored 1142 runs to his name at a strike rate of 116.42 and picked 52 wickets.
His last Test appearance was back in 2010, against Sri Lanka his final ODI appearance for the Caribbean side in 2014 against India.
After the retirement, Bravo play for Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier League, will continue to play T20 to the world.