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How Dwayne Bravo Unusually Honored His 600th Twenty20 Wicket

Dwayne Bravo is the first player in the history of the Twenty20 format to collect 600 wickets. It was in the 516th innings of his T20 career when he accomplished the milestone.

Dwayne Bravo is showing no signs of slowing down in the Twenty20 format. On Thursday, the player became the first bowler to take 600 wickets in Twenty20 Internationals. The Caribbean all-rounder accomplished the feat while playing for Northern Superchargers in the ongoing The Hundred tournament against Oval Invincibles. The match was played during Northern Superchargers’ match against Oval Invincibles. After getting Rilee Rossouw out by leg before wicket, Bravo finished off Sam Curran to record his 600th T20 wicket. The veteran all-rounder, who is skilled in bowling deliveries at varied speeds, got rid of Curran in the match by bowling a slower delivery than he was expecting.

Bravo celebrated in a one-of-a-kind manner not long after taking his 600th wicket in Twenty20 cricket. It was in the 516th innings of his T20 career when he accomplished the milestone. His overall statistics were 2 for 29 out of a total of 20 bowled balls.

Rashid Khan and Sunil Narine are currently in second and third place, respectively, when it comes to the number of T20 wickets they have taken. Bravo is currently in fourth place.

During the contest, Northern Superchargers posted a score of 157 for 7 while batting first in the game that consisted of 100 balls a side. Adam Lyth’s knock of 79 runs off 33 balls was the highest of the day, while Bravo’s poor performance with the bat resulted in him being out for a duck off the first ball. Sunil Narine was outstanding with the ball for Oval Invincibles, taking three wickets while allowing only 11 runs to score off of his 20 deliveries.

The Oval Invincibles were successful in their run chase in response to the total scored by the Northern Superchargers in 97 balls with three wickets remaining. Sam Curran knocked in 60 runs off of 39 balls, and Jordan Cox contributed to the team’s success with a 48-run hit that came off of 29 balls. In the bowling competition, Northern Superchargers’ Bravo was the best of their bowlers, and the team ultimately came in last place.

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