West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo is far from being done. While he has been a regular member of several T20 franchises around the world, weaving his magic in T20 cricket, his best-ever spell in international cricket came against South Africa in the fourth T20I which has kept Windies alive in the five-match series. While West Indies had scored 167/6, South Africa were restricted to 146/9, thanks to Bravo’s 4/19.
After his impressive performance against the Proteas, the 37-year-old looked at the lighter side of things. He asked if he should play till 2027 given his run of form lately. However, he left that question for his fans to answer. “Will let my fans answer that question 🙋🏾♂️ lol But age is just a number!! #Champion,” he captioned the image of his three-best bowling performances in T20 Internationals coming in 2009, 2015 and 2021 respectively.
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Pollard, Simmons also star in West Indies win over South Africa
Talking about the T20I series, it is tied at 2-2 currently with the decider set to be played on Saturday at Grenada National Cricket Stadium. Other than Bravo, Kieron Pollard’s unbeaten 51 (25) and Lendl Simmons 47 (24) paved the way for the Caribbeans’ win in the fourth match which has forced the series into the decider. In the run chase, Quinton de Kock seemed to be taking the game away from the hosts but his 60 from 43 balls did not prove to be enough in the end.