Basseterre, St. Kitts November 6 2021(SKNVIBES)

AFTER 17 years wearing the maroon of the West Indies, Dwayne Bravo has hung up his international hat after the Caribbean side exited the ongoing T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates

Bravo, who is likely to still journey the world to play franchise T20, was lauded by Cricket West Indies (CWI) on his outstanding international career, during which time he helped win three ICC world titles as a member of the West Indies Men’s Team.In a statement, CWI said the  all-rounder, and former West Indies captain, announced his retirement from international cricket on Thursday.

Bravo made his international debut in April, 2004 against England in and has featured prominently in three world title triumphs – 2004 ICC Champions Trophy in England; 2012 ICC T20 World Cup in Sri Lanka and ICC T20 World Cup in India.In addition to his world titles, Bravo has been one of the West Indies critical all rounds,  contributing with bat and ball to becoming one of the world’s leading white ball death bowlers and a valuable mentor for the next generation of West Indies players.