ICC World Twenty20 2016: Captains of all 16 Teams

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni: India

Dhoni, an attacking right-handed middle-order batsman and wicket-keeper, is widely regarded as one of the greatest finisher in limited-overs cricket. He made his One Day International (ODI) debut in December 2004 against Bangladesh, and he played his first Test in the same year against Sri Lanka. Image source: www.techstory.in

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni: India
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Steve Smith: Australia

Steve Smith started his career as a leg spinner and five years later he was named Australia’s captain. According to the ICC Player Rankings, Smith is the top-ranked Test batsman in the world. On 23 December 2015, Smith was awarded the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for being named the ICC Cricketer of the year and Test Cricketer of the year for the 2014–15 season. Image source: www.rediff.com 

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Steve Smith: Australia
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Eoin Morgan: England

Eoin Morgan is an Irish cricketer who captains the England national cricket team in the ODI and Twenty20 International. Morgan was the first and is one of the two players in history to score an ODI 100. He is also noted as being a skilful player of the reverse sweep shot. Image source: www.imgci.com  

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Eoin Morgan: England
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Kane Williamson: New Zealand

Kane Williamson is a right-handed batsman and occasional off-spinner cricketer who represents New Zealand internationally. Williamson made his international debut in 2010. He has also represented New Zealand at the 2011 and 2015 editions of the Cricket World Cup and 2012 and 2014 editions of ICC World Twenty20. Image source: www.odt.co.nz

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Kane Williamson: New Zealand
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Shahid Afridi: Pakistan

Afridi is regarded as one of the greatest bag-hitting cricketers of all time. He holds the record of taking most wickets and most-player-of-the-match awards in Twenty20 International Cricket. Afridi considers himself a better bowler than batsman and has taken 48 Test wickets and over 350 in ODIs. Image source: www.tribune.com

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Shahid Afridi: Pakistan
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Francois Du Plessis: South Africa

Francois Du Plessis has played several matches at the international level for the South African national cricket team and matches for Lancashire, the Chennai Super Kings and the Melbourne Renegades. He made his test debut in November 2012 and became the fourth South African to score a Test century on debut. Image source: www.sportskeeda.com

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Francois Du Plessis: South Africa
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Lasith Malinga: Sri Lanka

Malinga is a specialist fast bowler with a unique round-arm action, sometimes called a sling action. He is known for his ability to take consecutive wickets and is the only bowler in the world to have two World Cup hat-tricks and the only to have three hat-tricks in ODIs. Image source: www.espncdn.com

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Lasith Malinga: Sri Lanka
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Darren Sammy: West Indies

Darren Sammy, a right-handed batsman and a fast-medium bowler, is the first person from the island of St Lucia to play international cricket. Sammy also plays in the Indian Premier League for Hyderabad and was made the captain of the franchise in 2014. Image source: www.voice-online.co.uk 

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Darren Sammy: West Indies
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Mashrafe Mortaza: Bangladesh

Mashrafe Mortaza is considered one of the fastest bowlers produced by Bangladesh. Mortaza captained his country in one Test and seven ODIs between 2009 and 2010. He has a first-class century and three Test half centuries to his name. Image source: www.thedailynewnation.com

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Mashrafe Mortaza: Bangladesh
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Hamilton Masakadza: Zimbabwe

Hamilton Masakadza is a right-handed batsman and occasional right-arm leg-break bowler. He is one of Zimbabwe’s leading run scorers in the international format. Masakadza made his debut in July 2001 against the West Indies in Harare. He made 119, thus becoming the youngest player to make a century on his Test debut. Image source: www.sportzwiki.com

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Hamilton Masakadza: Zimbabwe
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Preston Mommsen: Scotland

Preston Mommsen is a South African-born Scottish cricketer. Having represented South Africa at the under 19 level, he played his first game for Scotland in a first class match against the Netherlands on 10 June 2010. In June 2013, Mommsen was named the captain of a youthful Scotland squad to take on Australia A in a first-class four-day fixture in Edinburg. Image source: www.espncdn.com

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Preston Mommsen: Scotland
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William Porterfield: Ireland

William Porterfield, a left-handed batsman, has been playing for Ireland since 2006. On January 2007, he scored his maiden ODI century with an unbeaten 112 to guide his side to victory over Bermuda. In the 2007 World Cup, he was man of the match with 85 against Bangladesh during a Super Eight game which Ireland won. Image source: www.performgroup.com

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William Porterfield: Ireland
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Tanwir Afzal: Hong Kong

Tanwir Afzal played for Hong Kong in the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 tournament. In the same year, he made his first ODI debut against Afghanistan in the 2014 ACC Premier League on 1 May 2014. Image source: www.imgci.com

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Tanwir Afzal: Hong Kong
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Wesley Barresi: Netherlands

Wesley Barresi, a former South African player, represented Easterns Cricket at the U15, U19, U23 level, before making his first class debut in 2003 against the Titans. Now he represents the Netherlands at the international level making his ODI debut in 2010 against Scotland in the World Cricket League.  Image source: www.cricketeurope4.net

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Wesley Barresi: Netherlands
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Asghar Stanikzai: Afghanistan

Asghar, an Afghan cricketer and current captain of the Afghanistan national team, is a right-handed batsman and a medium-fast bowler. He made his Twenty20 International debut against Ireland in the 2010 Quadrangular Twenty20 Series in Sri Lanka. Image source: www.khaama.com  

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Asghar Stanikzai: Afghanistan
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Sultan Ahmed: Oman

Sultan Ahmed is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler. He has made several appearances as a batsman in the 2005 ICC Trophy. He made his Twenty20 International debut for Oman against Afghanistan in the 2015 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier tournament. Image source: www.licdn.com

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Sultan Ahmed: Oman
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