Middle order batsman Darren Bravo says he is aiming for more big scores after recording his maiden century in One-Day Internationals to help the West Indies trounce Zimbabwe.
Bravo put on a batting master class which spurred the West Indies to a commanding victory over Zimbabwe in the first ODI at the national stadium on Friday.
The stylish left-hander made 100 not out – reaching the coveted milestone off the final ball of the innings – as the West Indies posted a huge score of 337-4.
“A first century in a winning cause is a great feeling. The hard work is paying off and the aim is to continue and get more big scores. I have focused on batting through the innings and taking it down to the end,” said Bravo.Read more
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