“Is T20 Cricket Meant For The Youth?” Dwayne Bravo Gave A Brilliant Reply

West Indies all-rounder, Dwayne Bravo is one of the most talented cricketers around the world. He has had an exceptional journey while playing for Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League.
Recently, Dwayne Bravo asserted that a cricketer should be judge by his performances on-field and not by his age. He also said that players on the wrong side of 300 have gotten better in their skill because of their experience.

Bravo further rubbished the myth that the t20 cricket is only meant for youngsters. Talking to ESPNCricinfo, Bravo said:
“Anyone who challenges or questions our age – I don’t think anyone of us, our performance has dipped or dropped because of our age. As a matter of fact, most of us even perform just as good or even better. Age is just a number. Don’t judge a player by his age, but judge him by his performance and his ability to continue to play.”
Dwayne Bravo, who is currently representing the Trinbago Knight Riders in the Caribbean Premier League, will soon be joining his team Chennai Super Kings for the upcoming season of the league.

Playing for CSK, Bravo has contributed not just with the ball but with the bat as well. In the upcoming season as well, Bravo revealed that his sole focus currently is to consistently contribute with both bat and ball to take his team to victory and is not focused on getting the MVP award. He said:
I am not interested [in] the Most Valuable Player [award] in the IPL. I am interested in being able to contribute to my team Chennai Super Kings’ success. Being as someone who bats at No. 7 and bowl near the death [and] back-end of the innings, it is hard to be the MVP. I want to be a player that contributes with bat and ball and in the field for his team to win cricket games.”
Meanwhile, the 2020 edition of the Indian  League will kickstart from September 19 in the United Arab Emirates.


Unnati Madan

I love watching cricket but writing about it came unexpectedly.

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