Kieron Pollard retires from international career

Kieron Pollard represented WI in 123 ODIs and 101 T20Is.

Kieron Pollard represented WI in 123 ODIs and 101 T20Is.

Kieron Pollard, the West Indian all-rounder, reported his retirement from global cricket on Wednesday (April 20). The 34-year-old Trinidadian made the declaration through a video message on Instagram.

Pollard, who made his global introduction in 2007, has addressed West Indies in 123 One-Day Internationals and 101 Twenty20 Internationals. He stroked three centuries and picked 55 wickets in ODIs, while in T20Is he enlisted the most elevated score of 75* and bowling figures of 4 for 25.

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He drove his group in the both formats and was likewise a piece of the 2012 ICC T20 World Cup-winning side. He assumed control over the reins of the restricted overs side from Jason Holder in September 2019. He additionally had a short stretch in control back in 2013.

“Greetings all, after cautious consideration, I have chosen to resign from worldwide cricket. It was a fantasy of dig to play for West Indies since I was a 10-year-old kid and I am pleased to address the West Indies for north of 15 years in T20 and ODI arrangement of the game,” Pollard reported on his authority Instagram page.

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