Brathwaite name will always been mention in Windies cricket history because of his four successive sixes against Ben Stokes in 2016 World T20 final, which also land him a heft Indian Premier League contract. Brathwaite made his international debut in 2011 vs Bangladesh but left un noticed in that ODI series. Later Brathwaite made a breath-taking comeback and made his debut in Test cricket in 2015 against Australia where he scored a handy half century lower down the order in the first innings.read more
We take a look at some of the greatest moments in T20 World Cup over the years.
Former West Indies T20 skipper Carlos Brathwaite feels that some of The Hundred rules would gradually make their way into T20 cricket
Former West Indies T20 skipper Carlos Brathwaite has gone into isolation after a co-passenger on the flight from the UK to St. Kitts and Nevis tested positive for Covid-19.
Brathwaite played four games for the Sixers in BBL 7 after coming in as a replacement player, helping the side on a late season four-game win streak that left them two points shy of the semi-finals.
The 25-year-old Archer was included in the England team for the third Test after being dropped from the second game for breaching the side's COVID-19 bio-secure protocol.
Brathwaite recalled the time when Dravid told him how highly he rated Brooks, who has played just three Tests so far.
Taking a knee has become a popular symbol to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement which gained momentum following the killing of George Floyd by police in the United States of America.
West Indies cricketer Carlos Brathwaite took part in the 'Black Lives Matter' march in London.
Needing 19 off six balls, Brathwaite stunned England by smashing Ben Stokes for four maximums.
On this day in 2016, Carlos Brathwaite's brutal hitting off Ben Stokes in the final over saw West Indies clinching their second T20 World Cup title.
West Indies' Carlos Brathwaite has had a poor limited-overs outing in the ongoing series against India, and is looking back at his inspiring knock against New Zealand in the 2019 World Cup to regain his form.
India and West Indies will meet for the final T20I in Guyana. Virat Kohli's men have already clinched the series and the skipper will look to experiment with the team's combination.
With Pollard, Narine and skipper Carlos Brathwaite in the mix, West Indies would certainly start as favourites after some intense training sessions at the Broward County Stadium.
Carlos Brathwaite said that West Indies should take cues from England, who bounced back from an early elimination from the 2015 World Cup.
Carlos Brathwaite admitted the offence and accepted the sanction proposed by match referee Chris Broad.
Brathwaite feels others must step up to the plate as the 1975 and 1979 winners go in search of their third World Cup trophy.
The duo is likely to strengthen West Indies’ pace attack in the absence of injured Rovman Powell and Keemo Paul.
Windies T20 skipper Carlos Braithwaite was absolutely livid after watching the replays on the big screen and insisted on using the DRS to review it.
While Carlos Brathwaite will continue to lead the side, stand-in ODI captain Rovman Powell will serve as his deputy in the series.
India defeated reigning world champions West Indies by six wickets in the final T20 on Sunday night to clean sweep the three-match series.