Dwayne Bravo releases 'Number 7' song as a tribute to MS Dhoni on his 39th birthday

Dwayne Bravo releases ‘Number 7’ song as a tribute to MS Dhoni on his 39th birthday

Dhoni is one of the best cricketers and captains to have embraced the modern game of cricket. He has achieved unprecedented success as a captain in his stint with the Indian team.

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni. (Photo Source: Instagram)

There is no doubt that the Chennai Super Kings and West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo is a big admirer of the former Indian captain MS Dhoni. Bravo has always spoken highly of Dhoni and has held him responsible for directing his career in a better way.

The West Indies star has now composed a song for Dhoni highlighting his achievements. As promised, he released the ‘Number 7’ song just hours before the veteran wicketkeeper’s 39th birthday.

The song is a tribute to the legendary star MS Dhoni for his impeccable contribution to the Indian cricket and his IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings (CSK). ‘Mahi’ is one of the best cricketers and captains to have embraced the modern game of cricket. He has achieved unprecedented success as a captain in his stint with the Indian team. He is the only cricketer to have won all the three ICC trophies– 2011 World Cup, 2007 T20 Trophy and 2013 Champions Trophy. 

Sharing the pleasing song on their twitter handle, Chennai Super Kings wrote, “The Helicopter 7 has taken off! @DJBravo47’s tribute to #Thala @msdhoni, his brother from another mother! #HappyBirthdayDhoni #WhistlePodu.”

He had a great impact on my personal career: Dwayne Bravo 

Recently, the Caribbean was involved in a candid conversation with Harsha Bhogle on the ‘Cricbuzz in Conversation’ chat show. During the interview, he talked about the positive impact which Dhoni brought in his game.

Dhoni and Bravo have been sharing the same dressing room for the past few years in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Notably, it was under the Ranchi stalwart that the all-rounder emerged as a death-over bowler specialist in the shortest format of the game. 

“I want to do something for him. He is coming to the end of his career. He had a great career. He had a great impact on my personal career and also so many other cricketers,” Bravo told Harsha. 

“You listen to interviews from other cricketers like Rohit Sharma, Hardik (Pandya) and even Virat (Kohli), they all praise him where their careers are concerned. He gave so many cricketers opportunities. He also won titles for the country,” he added. 

~Written by Sakshi Jain