Dwayne Bravo slams fan on Instagram: The Maratha Arabians captain didn’t shy away from lashing out at a fan on Instagram.
Dwayne Bravo recently led his T10 League team Maratha Arabians to their maiden title victory in the tournament. Arabians defeated Shane Watson-led Deccan Gladiators by 8 wickets in the final as they sealed an 88-run chase in the eighth over.
Arabians lifted the title on the back of wicket-keeper batsman Chadwick Walton’s match-winning 51* (26) with the help of six fours and three sixes.
It was Bravo who won the toss and put Gladiators in the bat in the first innings. Leading from the front with the ball in hand, Bravo registered bowling figures of 2-0-16-2 to restrict the opposition to 87/8 in 10 overs. Apart from Bravo, Mitchell McClenaghan, Kasun Rajitha and Lasith Malinga dismissed a Deccan batsman each.
Congratulations to Maratha Arabians on winning third edition of @T10League. Ecstatic for my friend @YUVSTRONG12, who was part of the winning squad and still has in him to excel at top level. This new format is very exciting an excellent case for the Olympics.👏 #AbuDhabiT10 pic.twitter.com/U0c4qwz9u3
— kamil khan (@13kamilkhan) November 25, 2019
Dwayne Bravo slams fan on Instagram
Having won several leagues round the world, Bravo took to social media platform Instagram to congratulate his teammates and management staff for winning the tournament.
Been nicknamed as ‘Champion’ since his successful single track of the same title, Bravo captioned the photo saying “I’m now Mr. Champion”.
The comments under Bravo’s post saw an Instagram user finding faults with Bravo not winning a single ICC World Cup. “But Mr. Champions has not won a WORLD CUP YET,” read the comment.
Appearing in no mood of listening to anything offensive, Bravo responded back to the fan reminding him of West Indies winning the ICC World Twenty20 in 2012 and 2016.
Having picked eight wickets in as many matches at an average of 20.25, an economy rate of 11.57 and a strike rate of 10.5, Bravo ended the season as its seventh-highest wicket-taker.