CPL 2020 | Daren Sammy joins MS Dhoni as considered one of two gamers to finish a singular T20 captaincy feat

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Daren Sammy

Veteran West Indies cricketer Daren Sammy in Sunday joined former Indian skipper, MS Dhoni, in a singular checklist after the previous led St Lucia Zouks to a win towards Guyana Amazon Warriors within the going Caribbean Premier League. 

Sammy grew to become solely the second participant T20 cricket historical past to win 100 matches as a captain. Sammy has captained in 200 T20 matches which embody main – Peshawar Zalmi, Rajshahi Kings, St Lucia, St Lucia Stars, St Lucia Zouks, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Titans, West Indians, West Indies, West Indies XI, and Windward Islands. Dhoni stands prime of the checklist with 160 wins as captain from 270 matches which embody main India, Chennai Tremendous Kings and Rising Pune Tremendous Giants. 

The subsequent greatest on the checklist is Gautam Gambhir with 98 wins from 170 matches however may have no alternative to higher his report having already introduced his retirement from cricket. Whereas Dhoni will get an opportunity to strengthen his place on the prime of the checklist within the impending IPL 2020, amongst different lively gamers Rohit Sharma stands fifth with 79 wins off 128 matches.

Nevertheless, amongst 14 gamers who’ve appeared in additional than 100 T20 matches as a captain, Sammy’s win proportion of 51.79 is just the eighth greatest with Pakistan’s Sarfaraz Ahmed’s being the perfect with 66.96%. 

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