Darren Sammy: Won’t be West Indies’ T20I captain anymore

The West Indies Cricket team has been facing a sudden slump in their brand of cricket in last decade and so. They have very few moments to celebrate.


Meanwhile, winning the 2012 ICC t20 World cup and 2016 ICC t20 world cup were their biggest achievement in last 10 year and so.

And the one man, that should be given credit in winning these world cup is Darren Sammy. Well, the 32-year-old Darren Sammy was the captain in these two world cup and he led his team well in those two final.

But, now the latest news is coming out that Darren Sammy will not be the Captain of West t20 team. Darren Sammy on August 2, posted a video on his social media handle and inform his fan that he will now not captain the West Indies t20 team.

He was featured in that video while mentioning that ” Yesterday I receive a call from the chief selector and that call excited for 30 seconds and he told me that a new captain will be hired for leading the West Indies t20 team.”

He also told me that ” this decision has been taken after my poor performance in last two year”.

Darren Sammy’s performance in t20 in last two year has been poor. He only crossed the landmark of 50 just once and it was in 2015 and managed to claim a single wicket in these two years.

Although, he won the ICC 2016 World Cup In India, but his personal form was poor even in that tournament.

Darren Sammy also informs media that he is not considering retirement  in ODI  and t20s. He will be available for selection and will continue representing his team.

He informed his fans that he is posting this video, just to thank his fan and all the players who have played under his captaincy and he promised he will continue to contribute in the team’s achievement.