Darren Sammy receives Sitara-e-Pakistan for reviving international cricket in Pakistan

Darren Sammy receives Sitara-e-Pakistan for reviving international cricket in Pakistan

Darren Sammy receives Sitara-e-Pakistan for reviving international cricket in Pakistan
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West Indies ex-skipper Darren Sammy was one of the player who helped revive international cricket in Pakistan. He was awarded Sitara-e-Pakistan for his contributions in this regard.

Sammy played his first Pakistan Super League (PSL) match for Peshawar Zalmi as a skipper against Quetta Gladiators in the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2017.

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On his Twitter handle, Sammy expressed his gratitude for receiving such an honorable award.

“There it is, me collecting the Sitara-I-Pakistan award. Such a proud moment,” he wrote.

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Darren Sammy is considered one of the most successful skippers in international cricket. He led his national team to two T20 World Cup titles, one in 2012 and the other in 2018.

Sammy has represented West Indies in 38 Tests, 126 one-day internationals and 68 T20 internationals.

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He has also played in the leagues including PSL, Indian Premier League (IPL) and Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

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