<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Darren Sammy urges West Indies to post more convincing victories" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130305150534.jpg" title="Darren Sammy urges West Indies to post more convincing victories" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> West Indies won the ODI and T20 series against Zimbabwe © Getty Images</p> </div> <br /> <strong>North Sound (Antigua): Mar 5, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> West Indies captain <a href="/tags/Darren-Sammy/post" target="_blank">Darren Sammy</a> says he wants to see more West Indies victories similar to the 41 run win over Zimbabwe in the final T20 International on Sunday.<br /> <br /> The world champions brushed aside Zimbabwe to sweep the<a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/cricket-articles/West-Indies-thrash-Zimbabwe-in-second-T20-to-complete-2-0-series-win/23664" target="_blank"> two match series</a> at the Vivian Richards cricket ground.<br /> <br /> Windies triumphed in the T20 series following success in the three match One Day International series at the national stadium in Grenada.<br /> <br /> "It was a very good weekend for the team. We came out here after winning the One-Day Series and we had clinical victories in both matches,"said Sammy, who returned to skipper the side in the T20s after resting for the ODIs.<br /> <br /> "Those are the kind of victories we want to see whether we play against Australia or Zimbabwe. We beat Australia a few weeks ago at the Gabba and now we have come here and completed a great job against the Zimbabweans."<br /> <br /> The Windies are playing at home for the first time since winning the<a href="/tags/ICC-T20/post" target="_blank"> ICC T20</a> title in Sri Lanka last year.<br /> <br /> Sammy says the Windies convincing win over Zimbabwe is proof of their world dominance in the shortest version of the sport.<br /> <br /> "We didn't just win, we beat them convincingly. We are listed much higher than them in the rankings and we wanted to prove that we are a better team," Sammy told WICB media.<br /> <br /> Sunday's win was the eighth victory in a row for the West Indies, whose winning streak started during the ICC World T20 last year when they were crowned world champions.<br /> <br /> Man-of-the-Match <a href="/tags/Samuel-Badree/post" target="_blank">Samuel Badree</a> took a career-best 3-17 off four overs Sunday.<br /> <br /> "Badree bowled really well and he continues to do what he has done so very well for <a href="/tags/Trinidad-&-Tobago/post" target="_blank">Trinidad & Tobago</a> in the Caribbean T20 and the Champions Trophy, and what he did for us in the World Cup," said Sammy.<br /> <br /> "He normally bowls very economically and was outstanding again and provided us with the perfect start after we posted a good total."<br /> <br /> The West Indies and Zimbabwe will begin their test series next week.