Bravo: Love cricket now just “like when I was a kid”

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    Dwayne Bravo (FILE PHOTO credit: Randy Brooks/CWI Media)

    After grabbing his career-best T20I figures 15 years after his debut, Dwayne Bravo says his love for the game is just as strong as when he was a child.

    Now 37 years old, Bravo’s figures of 4/19 in his 78th T20I today helped West Indies beat South Africa and level their series 2-2 with one game left to play.

    The seemingly evergreen all-rounder took three of his wickets in the 18th over of the match to turn the tide in favour of the West Indies.

    A decade and a half after his T20I debut against New Zealand, Bravo says he’s still in love with the sport.

    Looking at the takeaways from today’s match, Bravo says the bowlers continue to put in solid work but the team is still losing wickets in clusters.

    The fifth and final T20I will be played on Saturday from 2pm.