He was seen performing champions dance with David Warner, who scored an unbeaten 89 runs in Australia's one-sided win over the West Indies.

Dwayne Bravo bid adieu from international cricket after Windies’ defeat against Australia in the ICC T20 World Cup. He received a memorable reception after the game. The star all-rounder was given a guard of honour by his Windies teammates when he walked out to the field to field in the second innings.

Even Aussie players gave him a guard of honour after the conclusion of the game.

He was seen performing champion dance with David Warner, who scored an unbeaten 89 runs in Australia’s one-sided win over the West Indies.

Earlier, put in to bat, West Indies did well to reach 157-7, led by captain Kieron Pollard’s 31-ball 44 and Andre Russell’s explosive finish. Australia replied with 161-2 in 16.2 overs in what proved to be a comfortable chase.

West Indies started with a rapid 30 runs before collapsing to 35-3, including the wicket of 42-year-old Chris Gayle. He was out for 15, including two inevitable sixes, in what looked like the cricket great’s last innings for West Indies.

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