Kieron Pollard: A few days back, the Caribbean legendary multiskilled player announced his retirement from the international cricket circuit. By this, he will not be the leader of the West Indies side in white-ball games. Pollard has appeared for 123 ODIs and 101 T20Is in his cricketing journey. In 2007, for the first time, he represented his national side. In his prime time, he had brought victory to his team single-handedly. Know more about the best betting exchange sites in India here on our site.

He had played a key role in West Indies in 2012’s T20 World Cup-winning campaign. After that his international career graph declined but in recent he was again reaching heights in the international arena. The biggest example of his form came when smashed six sixes in six bowls of the overs. It was a T20I match between West Indies and Sri Lanka when Pollard became the fourth player to hit six sixes in an over. Talking about his leadership, in 2019 he got the captaincy role in West Indies. From then he became an influential guy in West India cricket.

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Kieron Pollard: Phil Simmons Makes Statement on His Retirement

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Kieron Pollard: Phil Simmons’s Statement About The Big Guy

Kieron Pollard: Phil Simmons Makes Statement on His Retirement
Kieron Pollard: Phil Simmons Makes Statement on His Retirement

“Your ability to give players your backing and trust to deliver, your passion for pushing players to build on skills and knowledge of the game, and more. Your unwillingness to settle for mediocrity was a pleasure to work with.”

Phil Simmons posted on Facebook as quoted by Windies Cricket.

During his captaincy period, the head coach of the West Indies side was Phil Simmons. He had his coaching role for a long time including the bio-bubbles period of cricket. Simmons praised Pollard for the mannerism of backing players who have potential.

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Phil also mentioned that Pollard had a good ability to let the players play on their skills and knowledge. But in the end, he expressed disappointment in his retirement. In his disappointment, it was all emotion not any disrespect to Kieron Pollard. He ensures that he will be beside Pollard in his need.

Although after he retires from international cricket Pollard doesn’t indicate anything else. He will be playing franchise leagues but it is uncertain when he will announce his retirement from all formats. At the current time, he is in India where he is representing his all-time Mumbai Indian.

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