Ben Stokes Playfully Mocks Dwayne Bravo's Music Taste

All-rounder Ben Stokes made fun of bowling coach Dwayne Bravo of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) over the latter's musical choices.

Ben Stokes played a light-hearted joke on Dwayne Bravo while he and his Chennai Super Kings (CSK) teammates were playing a silent acting game. Stokes made fun of the title of Bravo's hit song by holding up a banner with the word "Champion" inscribed on it.

The song became well-known after England was defeated by the West Indies in the 2016 World T20 final. Stokes probably made the light-hearted gesture to make fun of the iconic occasion since he was the victim of Carlos Brathwaite's four straight sixes in that final at Eden Gardens.

Stokes' funny response

A member of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) team replicated Dwayne Bravo's well-known dancing move during the silent game, and Ben Stokes immediately recognised it. Stokes mispronounced Bravo's name when asked to give the right response, despite the fact that it was connected to the response.

Stokes was advised by the game's organiser that his response was incorrect. Stokes responded in a light-hearted way that made everyone smile, calling the music that accompanied Bravo's dance "terrible." The light-hearted remark brought a humorous element to the situation and made everyone in attendance laugh.


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Bravo’s IPL career

Dwayne Bravo, who played for a while, is now the bowling coach for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) squad. Prior to Yuzvendra Chahal, who presently plays for the Rajasthan Royals (RR), who previously held the record for most wickets taken in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Bravo was an important member of the CSK team and the IPL's all-time leading wicket-taker. Bravo has become a key figure in the IPL thanks to his efforts both as a player and in his subsequent job as a coach.

With 183 wickets in 161 games and an economy rate of 8.38, Dwayne Bravo has a stellar record in the IPL. He has played for the Mumbai Indians (MI), who have won five IPL titles, as well as the now-defunct Gujarat Lions, in addition to the Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

CSK’s current form 

CSK is currently in a good position to advance to the tournament's next stage. With 15 points from 13 games, they are ranked second in the IPL table. On May 20 at the Arun Jaitley Stadium, CSK will play its final league match against the Delhi Capitals (DC), captained by David Warner.