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| On Jan 26, 2022 11:21 AM IST

Bangladesh T20 League: Dwayne Bravo SRIVALLI DANCE Step Goes Viral – WATCH

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The West Indies players are often known for their celebrations in the on field and off field of the cricket pitch. The likes of Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Kieron Pollard have made their names with the terrific performances in the T20, and have been quite popular regarding their celebration after taking a wicket or scoring runs for the team. One such celebration of retired West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo has gone viral in Bangladesh Premier League.


WATCH Dwayne Bravo SRIVALLI DANCE Step in Bangladesh T20 League

The Bangladesh T20 League has attracted good amount of overseas cricketers in this season as well. The former West Indies cricketer and a champion player, Dwayne Bravo plays for the Fortune Barishal team. In the 18th over of the match between Comilla Victorians and Fortune Barishal, the wicket keeper Islam Ankon tried to hit a long ball off Bravo, but was caught on the deep mid wicket by Najmul Hossain Shanto.

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The wicket sparked Dwayne Bravo’s unique celebration, as he mimicked the megastar Allu Arjun’s famous SRIVALLI DANCE Step from the recently released movie Pushpa. The fielder who took the catch can also be seen doing the step as well.


Comilla Victorians Tops Bangladesh T20 League Points Table

The Comilla Victorians have won both their first 2 league matches by a huge margin, and are at top of the table with a net run rate of +1.820. In the last fixture against Fortune Barishal, they posted a total of 158 runs and dismissed the opposition for 95 and won by 63 runs.

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Although the likes of Dwayne Bravo and Shakib Al Hasan took wickets for Barishal, they could not contribute with the bat and are at the last position in the table.

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Harshit Rathi

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