Mumbai: West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, who has been named as the team's captain for the ICC Champions Trophy said that he is learning a lot from his Chennai Super Kings skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
"The way he has carried himself on and off the field has helped me to learn a lot. I spend a lot more time talking to him about cricket. Obviously, India will come up against the West Indies team (when they play Champions Trophy) in England. I am happy being led by him. I have learn a lot from him and I am enjoying every moment of it," Bravo said.
"It's a great feeling (to be the captain). I am humbled by their decision. At the same time, I am very happy and looking forward to it. I am given the opportunity to lead a bunch of talented guys. The entire world loves the West Indian players,” he added.
"It's good to have Ravi Rampaul, Pollard, Sunil Narine. It is my opportunity now to get all the talented players to play together and to do well. It has always been my intention to do well for the West Indies cricket and for the world to see West Indies cricket to revive its glorious past," he said.
The Trinidadian expressed confidence of finishing as the champions in the eight-team league to be held in England and Wales next month but said the teams in group B are quite strong. "Winning won't be easy. Winning is a process. Obviously we have a tough group with India, Pakistan and South Africa. But we will take one game at a time and try to finish as champions. We will try to go to semis and take it from there," he said.


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