Kolkata: Describing Shivnarine Chanderpaul as "someone special" to the West Indies side, Darren Bravo on Thursday said the most-capped Caribbean Test player makes the batsman's job easier in the middle.
"He's someone very special. He means a lot to the team. We know what he brings to the table. We just want to wish him best of luck in the series," Bravo said of Chanderpaul, who struck an unbeaten 91 to help his side post a commanding 333/4 against the UPCA in a three-day practice match, here.
Chanderpaul has already eclipsed Courtney Walsh as the most-capped West Indies player and would be eyeing his 150th Test cap in Mumbai, which will host legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar's 200th and last Test.