West Indies Limited overs captain Kieron Pollard has retired from international cricket. Declaring on Wednesday, a day prior to his IPL establishment Mumbai Indians’ down against Chennai Super Kings.
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“I can in any case distinctively recollect making my worldwide introduction in 2007. Under the authority of my experience growing up legend, Brian Lara. Wearing those maroon tones and playing close by such greats has been an honor that I never trifled with. Giving my entire being in each aspect of the game – whether bowling, batting or handling.”
Kieron Pollard on retirement
Pollard proceeded to refer to captaining West Indies as “the most noteworthy honor offered” on him and that he drove with “energy, receptiveness, fortitude, and all that I might at any point conceivably give both on and off the field while never undermining my standards and honesty.”
With a T20 World Cup coming up not long from now in Australia and an ODI World Cup one year from now in India. Cricket West Indies will currently need to pick another skipper in the two arrangements.
Kieron Pollard, who will turn 35 one month from now, played 123 ODIs in the wake of making his presentation in the 2007 World Cup. Scoring 2706 runs at a normal of 26.01 with three centuries, and took 55 wickets en route as well. In 101 T20Is, he scored 1569 runs while hitting at 135.14 with a high score of 75 not out. He never played a Test for West Indies and was one of many white-ball experts for West Indies for over 10 years. Who upset the T20 game across the world. Pollard has played the second-most men’s worldwide games (224) without playing a Test after David Miller.
Pollard got back to global cricket in June 2016 and was then made skipper for ODIs and T20Is in 2019. He proceeded to lead them to series wins against Afghanistan in India. Against Ireland at home, against Sri Lanka both home and away in T20Is, and against England at home recently in T20Is.
Generally speaking, he drove West Indies in 61 matches in the two arrangements, of which they won 25 and lost 31.
Kieron Pollard 100T20 Matches
Kieron Pollard is the main West Indies cricketer to have played 100 T20Is. He struck the second-most sixes (234) for them in worldwide cricket, after Chris Gayle’s 552.
Pollard is as of now in India playing the IPL for five-time champions Mumbai Indians.