Former West Indian all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, who recently announced his retirement from international cricket after the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in the UAE, opened up about his team’s poor performance in the tournament. West Indies, who played as defending champions, ended up winning just 1 of 5 matches before being eliminated in the Super 12 stage.
One of the main topics before the game starts is Chris Gale There are no other famous stars around.
Bravo revealed in an interview with “Zone” that Gale was in tears during the T20 World Cup and the pressure around him was so intense that he was underperforming.
“We wanted to keep the tension and make sure we helped each other. I remember Chris talking to us before the game (against Australia) and he was in tears because it was his last big moment after 21 years of playing. It was the biggest The stage, he wants to do well.
The pressure for him to play in the World Cup, we all feel for him. The whole team wants him to do well. He was under so much pressure that he was able to be himself because despite what he achieved, he had to prove his point,” Dwayne Bravo said.
Here’s a video of Bravo talking about Gale and the West Indies.
Dwayne Bravo thinks Pollard doesn’t have the team he wants
The 38-year-old also added that captain Kieron Pollard doesn’t have the player he wants and despite a poor start, there is hope in the dressing room that they can get a good run in the game.
“We didn’t do justice to our talent and we got knocked out. Guys like Sunil Narine always miss out. I don’t think it’s fair to say Polly (Pollard) has the exact team he wants. It didn’t go well, but I felt like we had everything we needed to get the job done. I didn’t expect a team with so much experience to be fighting the bat for so long,” added Dwayne Bravo.
West Indies have won just one game at the big event and are second last out of six teams.