Dwayne Bravo Backs This Indian Batsman To Score T20 Double Hundred
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Dwayne Bravo Backs This Indian Batsman To Score T20 Double Hundred

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Dwayne Bravo. Credit: Getty Images

Dwayne Bravo would have been one of the many star-studded players in action in the Indian Premier League had it not been postponed indefinitely. However, due to the global health crisis, cricketers have remained confined to their homes to stay clear of the virus. However, they have engaged in several question and answers sessions.

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On Monday, West Indian all-rounder Dwayne Bravo also indulged in a similar exercise with ESPN Cricinfo. In an episode of the show “25 questions, The 26-year-old answered plenty of questions. One of those 25 questions that comprised of was “who do you think will be the first to make a T20 double century?”

Without a second thought, Dwayne Bravo picked Rohit Sharma. The Indian opening batsman’s strongest suit is limited-overs cricket, having scored three double-centuries in ODIs. With four tons in T20Is, the 33-year-old has breached that mark the most number of times. Back in 2017, Rohit also made the record for the fastest hundred in T20 internationals, going to three figures in 35 balls.

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Rohit Sharma (Credits – Twitter)

Dwayne Bravo reveals his dream hattrick victims:

The Trinidad and Tobago cricketer revealed an answer to another interesting question that read as “Which three batsmen will comprise your dream hat-trick?. Dwayne Bravo responded by picking the present Indian captain Virat Kohli, former Proteas’ skipper Ab de Villiers, and Mumbai Indians’ Kieron Pollard.

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Bravo and Pollard (PC – NDTV Sports/AFP)

As a matter of fact, Bravo and Pollard go way back. The pair play for the same Caribbean team in domestic cricket, Trinidad & Tobago. It was Bravo, who recommended Mumbai Indians to rope in Kieron Pollard in 2009. The same year they played for Trinidad & Tobago in the 2009 Champions League in which their team finished as runners-up.

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