Darren Michael Bravo
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February 6, 1989
Left-handed Top-order batsman
West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, Deccan Chargers, Trinbago Knight Riders, Kolkata Knight Riders, Multan Sultans, Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel, Nottinghamshire, Winnipeg Hawks, West Indies A, West Indies Under-19,
Darren Bravo is a West Indian International cricketer, who plays for the national cricket team of West Indies since 2009. He appears in all formats of the game and represents the Trinidad and Tobago team in domestic cricket.
Darren is a top-order left-handed batsman, who occasionally bowls in right-arm fast-medium style. Darren is the younger half brother of Dwayne Bravo, who also plays for the West Indies team in international cricket. The legendary West Indian cricketer Brian Lara shares the relation of the first cousin with Darren as well.
Being brought up in a cricket background, Darren took his professional lesson from an early age. He appeared in the regional cricket match for Trinidad and Tobago in 2007 and first-class tournament in the same following year.
Next year, he participated in Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2008, but couldn’t make his mark expectedly. After this tournament, Darren played for Stanford Series and successfully made his mark.
In 2009 he got his call for the national squad of West Indies and made his international debut successfully at the middle of the year. Soon Darren completed his debut game in rest two formats of cricket and became a permanent member of the national team progressively. In April 2019, Darren successfully got himself enlisted as a member of the squad of West Indies for 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
(as Compiled by Madhushree Das Ghosh)
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Debut Test Match: at Galle International Stadium Vs Sri Lanka on 15th of November in 2010
Last Test Match: at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium Vs England on 9th of February in 2019
Debut ODI Match: at Sabina Park Stadium Vs India on 26th of June in 2009
Last ODI: at The Village Stadium Vs Bangladesh on 17th of May in 2019
Debut T20I Match: at Queen’s Park Oval Stadium Vs Zimbabwe on 28th of February in 2010
Last T20I Match: at Warner Park Stadium Vs England on 10th of March in 2019
Debut IPL Match: at Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium Vs Pune on 26th of April in 2017
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