LAHORE – Daren Sammy, the 2 two-time World Cup-winning captain for West Indies, was conferred with the Sitara-i-Pakistan award for his invaluable contribution to cricket within the South Asian nation.
The previous West Indies skipper, who can be a part of the Peshawar Zalmi franchise of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), shared on social media his images of receiving the celebrated award.
There it’s??????me gathering the
Sitara-I-Pakistan award ?. Such a proud second https://t.co/Dv82dZ9fMC pic.twitter.com/W9FZjBQxaF
— Daren Sammy (@darensammy88) May 30, 2022
“There it is me collecting the Sitara-I-Pakistan award ????. Such a proud moment,” Sammy captioned the publish.
In his Instagram publish, he wrote: “Cricket took me all over the world enabling me to see and play in some amazing places. Pakistan is definitely one of these places. A place that always makes me feel at home. It’s such an honor to have received this prestigious award( Sitara-I-Pakistan) from the Government and people of Pakistan”.
He’s additionally the primary international participant to obtain Pakistani citizenship again in 2020.