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Dwayne Bravo retirement from all formats of International Cricket on 24 Oct 2018



West Indies All-Rounder Dwayne Bravo takes retirement from All formats of International Cricket on October 24, 2018

West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has announced his retirement from international cricket on October 24, 2018. However, he will continue to play in various T20 leagues of the world.

Bravo, who stepped into international cricket in 2004 against England, has suddenly taken this decision. After retirement, Bravo said that during the debate in July 2004, the passion which was inside me kept me throughout my career.

Dwayne Bravo played the T20 International match against Pakistan in September 2016, two years before the last international match.

Dwayne Bravo made a good mark in the world with his all-around game. Bravo played his last Test match in 2010 and has been calling T20 specialists for the last few years.

The last ODI against India:

Dwayne Bravo played his last one-day international match against India in Dharamsala in 2014. During this tour, due to the salary dispute with the Board, the whole team of the West Indies returned home only from the middle of the tour. Dwayne Bravo was the captain of the team at the time.

During Career:

Dwayne Bravo had 2,200 runs and 86 wickets in 40 Tests for the West Indies, 2,968 runs in 164 ODIs at an average of 25.36 and 1,192 runs in 199 wickets in 66 T20 matches, 116.41 strikes rate of 1,142 runs and 52 wickets from 8.46.


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