Dwayne Bravo and slower balls go hand in hand, read more about his match-winning deliveries over here

Dwayne Bravo of the West Indies is regarded as one of the best players in T20 cricket. In T20 cricket, Bravo represents a variety of franchises worldwide including the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League.

While his batting is a show in and of itself, it is via his bowling that he has carved out a unique niche. When it comes to the game’s shortest format, Bravo is a legend. He has 546 T20 wickets at a bowling average of 24.24 and has outplayed the best batsmen with his bowling variations, with his slower one being the most damaging and successful.
In the Champions League in 2014, Suresh Raina’s 43-ball 90 helped the Super Kings reach 242 on a flat batting deck in Bengaluru. Even that total was in jeopardy on that field, and on one of the country’s smallest stadiums, as the Dolphins raced to 115 for 3 in ten overs. Bravo onto the field for his first over, and his slower ball was unhittable. He made an instant impact, surrendering only three runs in his first over and dismissing set batsman Cody Chetty.

In the same match, Bravo reappeared from the other end after two pricey overs from the spinners. He struck again with a slower ball, catching Vaughn van Jaarsveld at long-on and allowing only one run from that over.
During a West Indies vs India match in Lauderhill in 2016, when Bravo got the wicket of one of the best finishers of India MS Dhoni, which he celebrated with his very much popular Champions Dance.

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