Darren Sammy has led West Indies for a long time and has done a commendable job. A charming personality and a good leader, he knows a thing or two about knitting his men together. He initially led the St Lucia Zouks in the ongoing Caribbean Premier League (CPL) but had to pull out of the tournament due to an unwanted injury. His side didn't make it to the semis but Sammy continues to sport his smile. He wished his national teammate Sulieman Benn on his 34th birthday and shared the above picture his Instagram account.<p></p><p></p>The picture shot with Sydney's Harbour Bridge in the background seems to be from the time of World Cup 2015 and shows Benn (left), Chris Gayle (second from left), Jerome Taylor (second from right) and Nikita Miller (right) having a good time. He wrote: "#live #laugh #learn #lovethelifeyoulive #happyBirthday @sulie62 #34no Benn'sTreat @Chrisgayle333 #nktmiller #haveAblast #blessings."<p></p><p></p>Despite losing the last league match of CPL 2015, Benn is seen quite relaxed and happy as his team Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel have qualified for the semis and will take on Gayle's Jamaica Tallawahs <span data-term="goog_369489074">on Thursday</span>.