A caricature of cricketer Dwayne Bravo that Adidas Cricket used to celebrate his record achievement in T20 cricket, has landed the sports company in some hot water with some Twitter followers and has forced the company to take the picture down.
Adidas Cricket posted the photo on its Twitter Account @adidascricket on Monday, to celebrate Bravo's 300 wickets in T20 cricket, which he achieved with the Gujarat Lions against Kings XI Punjab.
However, the way Bravo is depicted in the caricature is not sitting well with many followers.
Dwayne Bravo's viral rap "Champion" will feature in the opening ceremony of the ninth edition of Indian Premier League, said tournament chairman Rajeev Shukla.
Bravo, who will be playing for the new team Gujarat Lions, is expected to perform the 'Champion Dance' that has now become a rage among the cricket fans of India and IPL is trying to cash in on its popularity.
"Dwayne Bravo is performing on Champion Dance during the opening ceremony of IPL-9 in Mumbai.
A new video showing the West Indies team returning to their hotel after defeating India in their T20 World Cup Semi-Final today, has been shared online by cricket.co.au.
The video runs for 2.47 minutes and shows some members of the team dancing to Dwayne Bravo's "Champion" song as they leave the team bus and enter the hotel.
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