Daren Sammy hoping to make West Indies comeback

By Bet Barter

August 17, 2020

Daren Sammy, with some solid exhibitions for St. Lucia Zouks, is sure to thump at the selectors’ entryways.

Daren Sammy hasn’t given the shades of the West Indies since it can make a huge amount of shock lead them to brilliance in the 2016 World T20. In any case, it’s a loosely held bit of information that his debate with the Cricket Board of West Indies and afterward with President Dave Cameron may have added to his ouster from the crew.

Just as Sammy’s return into the Caribbean system at the age of 36 seems somber, the seasoned all-rounder hasn’t given up on expectations yet. Since representing the Peshawar Zalmi in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 edition, Sammy has not played any cricket.

Sammy expects to come after remaining out from the game for at least six months, captaining the St. Lucia Zouks in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2020, starting in Trinidad on August 18.

I did not retire, says Daren Sammy

Daren Sammy as of late said that over the most recent couple of months; he have had a great deal of profound thoughtfulness and examining. He said that each and every individual who’s been at home every one of these months in the lockout wouldn’t have done well to themselves on the off chance that they didn’t pick stuff from.

Sammy proceeded to state that he didn’t stop. Sammy haven’t shut the entryway yet supposing that he assumes responsibility for what he needs to accomplish for St. Lucia to carry them to the end of the season games. Then along with his own extremely solid outcomes, it would surely make it clear to selectors.

The Zouks were the tournament’s under-achievers, having finished mostly at the bottom half of the point table. In 2018, Sammy was out as their skipper. He reclaimed his place after Kieron Pollard transferred last season to the Trinbago Knight Riders.

Moving into the game, Sammy is optimistic to knock at the national selectors’ gate. Sammy said he is only heading into this competition to do something more for himself and St. Lucia. That’s this year ‘s priority. If he performs well it could lift some eyebrows for other stuff as well.

Sammy played international cricket in 2017, while at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore for World XI versus Pakistan. As for the Zouks, Sammy’s men will start CPL 2020 against the Jamaica Tallawahs on Wednesday, August 19.

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