Dhaka: Captain Darren Sammy has reiterated that the West Indies are not a one-man team, and that it will take a team effort to successfully defend their title in the Twenty20 World Cup. Speaking after arriving here on Sunday, Sammy noted that despite the presence of big-hitting opener Chris Gayle, the team would need contributions from every member to do well in the March 16-April 6 tournament, reports CMC.
"Chris to me is the most destructive T20 batsman in the world," Sammy said.
"It's a great asset for us having him in the side but like in Sri Lanka when we won the title, it took a total team effort. The key players, different guys chipped in in different games.