Darren Sammy not worried about Indian cricket, it is in ‘good hands’

After the South Africa tour fiasco, Indian team will look to regroup their mojo against the West Indies who on paper may resemble the in-experienced South African side but has enough firepower to shock the best team on their day. India will start on with a new journey under the full-time leadership of Rohit Sharma who has an exceptional track record of winning the IPL title five times for the Mumbai Indians.

Speaking on the sidelines of the Legends League Cricket in Muscat, Darren Sammy spoke to PTI and said that Indian cricket need not to worry about the leadership transition phase and that they are in ‘good hands’.

Sammy heaped praises on the Mumbai Indian skipper and said that the likes of him are capable to get the best out of their teammates.

“All these guys can manage to get performances from their teammates. These captains normally get results and win trophies. I’m not worried about Indian cricket. It’s in good hand,” Sammy told the PTI.

Sammy has led the World Giants side into the final of the Legends League Cricket. Indian Maharajas needed five runs of the final ball but Sammy’s side held onto their nerves. The final will take place on the 29th of January between World Giants and Asia Lions. The match will start from 8 p.m. IST

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