He's one of the most exciting players in the world, and it's neither a surprise nor a coincidence that Dwayne Bravo has turned out to be a premium T20I player. Together with his West Indian flair, the bigger Bravo has added dynamism, flexibility, athleticism and passion to his game. Those ingredients have made him hot property in world cricket, and it has also kept him relevant in the game 14 years after his debut at Lord's in July 2004.
That tour of England opened up the doors to him at the international level. While he scored a lot of runs and claimed many wickets in the four Test matches he played, his best showing came in Manchester, where he top-scored for the Windies, and then went on to restrict England with a six-wicket haul. A year later he would get his maiden Test century against South Africa in the Caribbean.
His career kept going on the right path, winning an ICC Champions Trophy, going on to win a World T20 title and many more domestic T20 franchise titles around the world.Only a World Cup has eluded him and he will hoping a string of strong performances will get him on the team to England next May.