I enjoyed the five years I had spent with CSK says Dwayne Bravo

I enjoyed the five years I had spent with CSK says Dwayne Bravo

Dwayne Bravo was all praise for MS Dhoni when asked about the former Indian captain.

Dwayne Bravo
Dwayne Bravo of the Renegades celebrates. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Dwayne Bravo has lit the Big Bash League up this season with some fine performances for the Renegades. His form has peaked and it has peaked at the right time, especially given the fact that he is the skipper of the side as well. The auction of the Indian Premier League is just days away and the West Indian all-rounder has been impressing everyone with the ball mainly and also with the bat.

Bravo played for the Chennai Super Kings for five years before the franchise was banned. He was MS Dhoni’s go-to man in the death overs and he seldom disappointed his captain. Bravo was vocal about his relationship with MS Dhoni while he was talking on the show ‘Game Plan’ which airs on Star Sports. In addition, and beyond a shout of any doubt, he was one of the favorites among the Chennai fans.

I have learned a lot from MS – Dwayne Bravo

Dwayne Bravo was all praise for MS Dhoni when asked about the former Indian captain. He added that it was a pleasure and an honor to play alongside the Ranchi man. He also said that the five years with Chennai Super Kings were the best five years in the Indian Premier League. The Jamaican also said that MS takes a lot of pressure off the player.

‘Playing under MS always a pleasure. I enjoyed the five years I had spent with CSK. That’s my best five years in IPL. I became more matured as a player. MS helped a lot with the way of understanding the game, especially T20I cricket. It’s always good to have someone like him [in the team],” said Bravo while talking on the show.

The multiple time purple cap winner said that he never aimed at the prize. He said that he loves bowling at the end as it gives more opportunity to take wickets. He also said that he loves doing it more with the Men in Yellow.

“For me, I never set myself to be a purple cap winner. It happened naturally. I enjoy the challenge of bowling at the death. I love the challenge and extra responsibility. Especially, when playing with CSK. MS [Dhoni] trusts my ability to bowl at the death and finish off games.”