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Bravo rubs it in on Sarwan
Always the showman and the life of the lime, Dwayne Bravo decided on Monday night to have fun at the expense of Ramnaresh Sarwan after the heavy defeat T&T inflicted on the Guyanese on Saturday night at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port-of-Spain.
With all the teams staying at the Bay Garden Hotel in Gros Islet, St Lucia, Sarwan ventured across to the table where some of the T&T boys were having dinner. At the table were Bravo, his half-brother Darren Bravo, Keiron Pollard, Sunil Narine, Rayad Emrit and Samuel Badree. The guys were all in an upbeat mood and discussing the victory over Guyana and Sarwan walked right into it. Bravo told him: “Aye Sars, allyuh deserve that cut-tail boy. First, you all took our bus and when we got into one to come to the Oval, it shut down on Independence Square. Well we start telling ourselves that you worked something on us boy.
“Then, when we reach at the Oval, you all take our spot where we warm-up.” That spot is right in front of the Carib Beer Stand which the T&T team normally uses for their warm-ups.
Pollard chimed in: “Boy that is where we get our energy from, warming up before that stand boy.”
Bravo continued: “When we check out all of that, we decided to out a serious licking on you all. I feel that the licks would not have been so much but you all looked for that, boy.”
Sarwan taking it in good strides was laughing his belly full and then when all was said and done he replied: “Fellas, y’all giving me all this talk and right now de seawall in Georgetown brukdown.”
At this point he proceeded to show the guys photos on his phone which showed part of the seawall in Georgetown broken down and the guys then decided to spare him further picong.
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