Darren Sammy, a Saint Lucian player who plays for West Indies born in 1983. A right handed batsman and a fast medium bowler was the first person from St. Lucia who played the game at international level when he played his first ODI against Bangladesh in 2004. Sammy was appointed as a skipper of the West Indies team in 2010 and in his this position in the team, West Indies won the ICC World T20 title in 2012 when they played final match against Sri Lanka. At present, he is at the position of skipper for Test format and T20 format as well. When it comes to his Test career, he played his first match against English team in 2007. He has played a vital role in West Indies team in 33 matches and has scored nearly 1K runs with an average of 22.38. He has made only one ton of 106 that too against England in 2012 and 4 fifties. When it comes to his bowling, he is far better in this domain than batting. He has taken 77 wickets with a bowling average of 35. He also has a record of 5 wickets haul that he has done 4 times as yet. As far as ODI format is concerned, he has given his valuable contribution to his team in 92 games and has scored the same amount of runs as in Test format with an average of 21.16. He began his ODI career in 2004 when he played the game against New Zealand. There is no any century tag attached with him but has helped his team by scoring 4 half centuries so far. His best ODI score is 84. In ODI format, he has taken about 70 wickets with an average of 42. In the captaincy of Sammy, West Indies has played 25 Test matches and 51 ODI matches and won just 8 Test matches and 19 ODI matches. He has played far better role as a skipper in T20 format as compared to Test and ODI format. Out of 21 matches the team won 12 T20 matches. Sammy is well known for bowling long spells. Generally he aims to do dot balls to put the batsman under pressure. As a batsman, the strike rate of Sammy in ODIs is 98 which is the second highest amongst West Indian players. He is an all-rounder in West Indies team who plays crucial role.