Dwayne Bravo is an absolute legend of T20 cricket and there is no second opinion about that. The West Indies all-rounder still continues to shine in the shortest format of the game as he became the first bowler to claim 600 wickets in the T20s. Bravo achieved the feat while playing for Northern Superchargers in their match against Oval Invincibles in the ongoing The Hundred tournament.
The right-arm quick first dismissed Rilee Rossouw on LBW before cleaning up Sam Curran for his 600th T20 wicket. Bravo, who is a master at bowling slower balls used his best weapon to claim his 600th wicket. The West Indian cleaned up Sam Curran with an off-cutter. And as everyone associated with Bravo, a unique dance move followed the wicket of Curran.
After uprooting Curran’s stumps, Bravo brought out a unique dance move to celebrate his milestone. Notably, Bravo achieved the feat in the 516th innings of his T20 career. His overall figures were 2 for 29 in the 20 balls bowled. Bravo is being followed by two other superstars of T20 cricket, Rashid Khan and Sunil Narine who have claimed 466 and 457 T20 wickets, respectively.
Watch Bravo’s dance here:
Invincibles beat Superchargers by three wickets
Talking about the match, Northern Superchargers posted 157 for 7 batting first in the 100-ball-a-side game. Adam Lyth was the top scorer for Superchargers with his knock of 79-run off 33 balls. Meanwhile, Bravo had a poor outing with the bat as he got out for a golden duck. For Oval Invincibles, Sunil Narine starred with the ball picking three wickets for 11 runs in the 20 balls bowled.
In reply to Northern Superchargers' total, the Oval Invincibles chased down the target in 97 balls with three wickets in hand. Sam Curran scored 60 runs off 39 balls while Jordan Cox also helped the team's cause with his 48-run knock that came off 29 balls. I