Nicholas Pooran IPL 2022 In both ODIs and T20Is, Nicholas Pooran selected the new West Indies captain.
Nicholas Pooran is the new West Indies ODI and T20 Captain
Pooran, a left-handed hitter, named the next West Indies captain in One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty-Twenty Internationals (T20Is). Succeeding Kieron Pollard, who recently announced his retirement from international cricket. “After Kieron Pollard’s international retirement. Also Nicholas Pooran will take over as captain of the West Indies Men’s ODI and T20I teams.” Cricket West Indies said in a statement. When all-rounder Pollard in charge of the squad in the two limited-overs forms, Pooran the vice-captain. Nicholas Pooran IPL 2022
Kieron Pollard Retired from International Cricket
“After serving as Pollard’s deputy for the past year. Pooran takes over as captain of the West Indies ODI and T20I teams.” The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in 2022 and the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup in October 2023 will be included in the appointment, according to the CWI announcement.
Shai Hope, a wicketkeeper-batter, has been named the new ODI vice-captain.
CWI Director of Cricket Jimmy Adams reported as saying. “We believe Nicholas is ready for the challenge of heading our white-ball teams. Given his experience, performances, and the respect he has within the playing group.”
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“Being named captain is the pinnacle of my career thus far. Since I intend to lead the club ahead to achieve great things on the field for our adoring fans and dedicated supporters,” he added.
His first assignment as captain will be to lead them in a three-match ODI series against the Netherlands, which begins on May 31.
“The Selection Panel believes Nicholas grown as a player and impressed by his leadership of both squads during Kieron Pollard’s absence.” “His experience playing in other franchise leagues throughout the world played a role in our decision to propose him for the T20 captaincy,” he added.
“I am ecstatic to named captain of the West Indies team. I’m following in the footsteps of countless cricket legends who have left an indelible mark on the game in the West Indies Nicholas Pooran stated the following.
“This is a significant job, a vital position in West Indian society. Since cricket is the force that binds us all together as West Indians,” he remarked.