Dubai. The West Indies team is out of the T20 World Cup (ICC T20 World Cup 2021). On Thursday, Sri Lanka defeated the defending champions West Indies (SL vs WI) by 20 runs. This was West Indies’ third defeat in the tournament. Team’s all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has announced his retirement from international cricket after a series of defeats. He will not play after this World Cup. Let us tell you that in 2019, 38-year-old Bravo broke his retirement and reached the ground again. At that time he had said that he was returning with the intention of making his team the champion again. Bravo, who has played in all 7 T20 Cups till now, made his team champion in the year 2012 and 2016.
After the loss against Sri Lanka, Bravo said, ‘I think my time has come. I had a very good career. I played cricket for West Indies for 18 years. There were some ups and downs in career. I am so grateful to have represented this region and the Caribbean people for so long. I am proud that we have been able to leave our mark on the world stage.
will help the youth
According to Bravo, in future he will try to bring forward young cricketers. He said, ‘I want to try to give whatever experience and information I have with the young players. I think West Indies cricket has a bright future in the white-ball format and it is important for us to keep supporting and encouraging people.
3 hard necklaces
West Indies had to face defeat in 3 matches in this World Cup. After the match, Captain Pollard said that he has no intention of retirement at the moment. Bravo looked very disappointed after the defeat. He said, ‘We did not expect this kind of performance in the World Cup. We don’t need to be sad for this. It was a very difficult tournament. We should keep our head high.
Bravo’s great career
Let us tell you that Bravo made his debut in the year 2004. Since then he was playing cricket continuously. He has more than 6 thousand runs to his name in international cricket. He also took 199 wickets in ODIs and 86 wickets in Tests. He took a total of 78 wickets in T20 International cricket. He took 32 wickets while playing for Chennai Super Kings in the 2013 IPL.