Pollard made the Everest of centuries in T20, no player has been able to cross it yet
Made his T20 debut in June 2008 and the journey continues
Pollard made his T20 debut in June 2008 and appeared in 101 matches. The 2012 T20 World Cup winner also captained the West Indies in the 2021 T20 World Cup in Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and retired from international cricket three months later. He is now active in T20 league. Indian people know him more for playing a vital role for Mumbai Indians.
King Pollard of T20
Kieron Pollard is a middle order batsman and finisher who also bowls at medium pace. He scored 1,569 runs at a top score of 75 not out with a strike rate of 135.14 and an average of 25.30, which is the highest score by a West Indian in T20Is in sixth place.
Pollard also has 99 T20I sixes to his name, which is the third most number of sixes for a West Indies batsman. He was also part of the West Indies team that won the T20 World Cup in Sri Lanka in 2012. In his 600 T20 matches, he has scored 11,723 runs at a strike rate of 151.22 with a top score of 104.
Hitting hard even in the 600th game
In his 600th game, the 35-year-old power-hitter scored an unbeaten 34 off 11 balls with one four and four sixes to take his team to 160 by the end. Pollard came out to bat with 30 balls to spare and ended his innings with two sixes off Netherlands pacer Fred Klaasen in the final over of Spirit’s innings. Earlier, the innings was opened by opener Jack Crawley, who scored 41 off 34 balls, with captain Eoin Morgan scoring 37 off 26 balls.
match was like this
Manchester Originals opener Philip Salt scored 36 runs in 34 balls. However, none of the other batsmen could cross the 20-run mark, with eight batsmen not even reaching the double-figure mark. As a result, he was dismissed for 108 runs. London Spirit fast bowler Jordan Thompson took four wickets for 21 runs in 20 balls.