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Chennai Super Kings (CSK) All-Rounder Dwyane Bravo Recalls Life Changing Delivery to Yuvraj Singh, Says It Made the World Look up
'At some point, before I get to the umpire, I decide I am going to bowl that dipper'- Bravo.
New Delhi: Dwayne Bravo is easily one of the best all-rounders in T20 cricket history who has been an absolute legend for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL. Bravo who is on cusp of becoming the all-time leading wicket-taker in IPL history recalls the moment in his career that changed his life and made him what he is today.
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In 2006 India lost to West Indies 4-1 in the ODI series. After losing the first match, the Windies came back strongly in the 2nd ODI, clinching a thriller in the final over where Bravo bamboozled Yuvraj Singh with his change of pace. He says at that moment ‘It made the world look up’.
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“It made the world look up and notice that I have one of the best change-up balls in business and it made my T20 career,” Bravo told Indian Express.
“I still hadn’t really thought about what ball to bowl. I am still not clear when I go to the top of my run-up. At some point, before I get to the umpire, I decide I am going to bowl that dipper,” said Bravo.
Bravo said the delivery to Yuvraj is indeed ‘life-changing’. “Too many, man, to choose one ball as favorite. That Yuvraj ball did change my life,” he told.
In their opening match against KKR, CSK lost by 6 wickets but Bravo shined with the bat as he picked up 3 wickets for 20 runs in his 4 overs spell. With the 3-fer he equaled Lasith Malinga’s record of most wickets in IPL history (170 wickets).
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