Dwayne Bravo decision to return to international cricket
Dwayne Bravo’s decision to return to international cricket|West Indies all-rounder Devin Bravo announces retirement from international cricket Bravo expressed his desire to defend the title with his team at the Scheduled T20 World Cup in Australia next year, saying he did not want to play any other format. Totally committed to representing the region once again in Twenty20 cricket Zim and it will certainly be a pleasure for the West Indian team and the fans as well. Dwayne Browne said he has decided to return to international Twenty20 cricket after the changes made to the West Indian Cricket Board and management. Bravo, who had retired from short-form international cricket in October 2018 and was only playing franchise T20 cricket, was impressed by the administration’s good thinking and transparency in the selection of players. He was retired in January 2015. Born in October 1983 by Dwayne Bravo The International debuts from the Test match against England in 2004 and the last International match (T20) was played against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi in 2016. I have scored 2968 runs and 199 wickets. Besides, Bravo has scored 1142 runs and 52 wickets in 66 international matches of T20 format.