Dwayne Bravo to retire from intl cricket, will play his last against AUS

West Indies were defeated by Sri Lanka by 20 runs in the T20 World Cup 2021. With this defeat, the defending champion West Indies team has exited the race for the semi-finals. On the other hand, another big news has come. In fact, disappointed with the defeat, all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has announced his retirement from international cricket. Yes, Dwayne Bravo is going to play his last international match for West Indies on the coming Saturday against Australia. Let us tell you that Bravo confirmed his retirement during a conversation with former captain Darren Sammy and commentator Alex Jordan on a Facebook Live show after the match against Sri Lanka.

During this, he said, 'I think the time has come. My career has been great. I have seen some ups and downs while representing West Indies for 18 years. But when I look back at it, I am very grateful for representing the region and the Caribbean people for so long. Winning three ICC titles in my career was a big achievement.' He further said that 'This World Cup was not what we expected. We shouldn't feel sorry for ourselves, it was a tough competition and we have to keep our heads high. Whatever experience and information I have now, I want to try to share it 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 the players.'

Let us tell you that at present Bravo is 38 years old and he has announced his retirement from international cricket for the second time. In fact, earlier in the year 2018, he had announced his retirement, but in the year 2019, he made a comeback. So far, Bravo has taken 363 wickets apart from scoring 6,413 runs in 294 matches for West Indies.

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