Dwayne Bravo shortly has given a verdict about his retirement.
He started his carrer for West Indies and, in July 2004 against England.
In a confession, he expressed his enthusiasm and passion about his first match and it’s almost unbelievable for him to retire after 14 years.
In his carrer, he is a contributer of 2968 ODI runs and 199 wickets;2,200 runs and 86 wickets in Test matches.
Talking about T20, he made 1142 runs and 52wickets.
According to him, he is withdrawing from International matches but will remain active in Test matches.
On his announcement about retirement, he has shown deep gratitude to his fans for the immense support and love for outside and inside the field.