Dwayne Bravo, the former West Indies all-rounder is very intimidated by his old team’s latest performances and believes they will be “a threat to all teams” at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019.
Chris Gayle, set to take your leave after the World Cup, was the star of the series for the home side, along with the likes of Darren Bravo and Jason Holder, the captain, but the biggest deduct for Bravo was the performance of the youngsters.
The likes of Shai Hope, Shimrom Hetmyer and Oshane Thomas all chipped in at different points during the series, and Bravo said it was a sign that the team was mounting, and that they would cause problems for more recognized names at the World Cup.
“I have talked to Captain Jason Holder and others and I consider this team will be a threat to all teams in the World Cup which is going to be a very open tournament this time. Anyone can do well on a given day, but I feel positive about West Indies as we see a good mix of experience and youth.”
Bravo announced his retirement from international cricket in October last year and is currently a casual T20 all-rounder. He has won two ICC Men’s T20 World Cups with West Indies but says he is enjoying the present segment of his career, playing for T20 franchises the world over.
Bravo Said, for me, this is a game I was born to play as a kid.It was my childhood dream to play. I am happy playing it, fans come to watch us and get entertained.
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