Watch – Dwayne Bravo performs champion dance with David Warner, gets guard of honour

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.