End of an Era : Dwayne Bravo the legend West Indian allrounder announces retirement from international cricket I MankindNews

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Made his debut in 2004 in an ODI against England and played 40 Tests, 164 ODIs and 66 T20Is for West Indies. The legend Dwayne Bravo say bye to Internation Cricket ......Team MankindNews wish the true legend off the field success in his future endeavours

Team MankindNews wish the true legend off the field success in his future endeavours, we feel proud to report the successful career of one of the tales of his era.

Thursday 25th is the day when West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket. The veteran released a press note to the media and his fans which says that he will always cherish all the moment when he received his started his career  14 years ago. “Today I want to conform to the cricket lovers and his fans that have officially retired from all formats of international cricket. After 14 years when I made my debut for the West Indies, he stated that he still remember that moment when he received the west Indian cricket team cap before starting his career onto the world famouse and Macca of cricket  Lords Cricket Ground against England in the year of  2004,”.

The all-rounder added that he will keep on feeling the same passion for the game of cricket what he felt throughout his life  “The enthusiasm and passion I felt then, I have kept with me throughout my career,”.

Veteran West Indian added that it is time for him to pass on the legacy to the next generation of young cricketers. “ he told  that ,he  must accept that for  him  to preserve my longevity as a professional cricketer, as per him he must do as others before have done, leave the international arena for the next generation of cricketers,” he said.

All-rounder also expressed his gratitude to all his family and his fans for supporting him throughout his career. “he said that he thanks the countless persons who were instrumental to his all success, specially his family and QPCC where he has developed his skills at beginning of his career. he stated that he thank the many loyal fans who keep on supporting him in the journey and one who recognizes his efforts while he was on and off the field. also, he added that he is extremely lucky to have a life as a cricketer that has taken me across the globe into the most prestigious dressing rooms sharing experiences with all the recent legends of this glorious game. I will continue my professional career as a cricketer and entertainer living as a true champion,” he said.

Bravo made his debut in 2004 against England and played 40 Tests, 164 ODIs and 66 T20Is. He last played an international match for Windies in a T20I against Pakistan in September 2016. His last Test appearance was back in 2010, against Sri Lanka. His final ODI appearances for the Caribbean side in 2014 against India.

In his career, he scored 3 Test hundreds and 2 ODI hundreds. The seamer also contributed to the international side with 86 Test wickets and 199 ODI wickets.

After his retirement, Bravo, who plays for Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier League, will continue to play in T20 leagues across the world.

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