Former West Indies captain and star all-rounder Kieron Pollard has today shocked the internet and announced his decision to retire from International cricket.
Kieron Pollard is one of the many recognised West Indies cricketers around the world, and has made a himself for himself playing all around the world.
He has gained a special credit as a hard-hitting batsman due to his destructive batting. Pollard has gained a special reputation in India particularly. He lives in the hearts of the Mumbai Indians fans, who has been a big part of the Mumbai Indians squad over the years.
Pollard has represented West Indies in the limited overs cricket, the ODI and T20I format, and has played more than 100 matches in each format.
He has played 123 One Day International matches for the Caribbean side and has scored 2706 runs. He has also played 101 T20 International matches and has scored 1569 runs. It must be noted that he has only retired from International cricket, thus, he will still continue to play the IPL.
He is still a regular member of the West Indies cricket team and is also the captain of the team, thus, his sudden dealt a huge blow to fans. Check-out how fans reacted.
Kieron Pollard Retires From International Cricket 💔— Saksham Garg (@sakshamgarg100) April 20, 2022
Hoping You Will Continue To Play Franchise Cricket For 5-6 Years And Give Us More Memories To Cherish.
King 👑 @KieronPollard55 🥺😔 pic.twitter.com/bOkScB4hVO
Kieron Pollard in his final international series in the Caribbean Islands 😆— Rohit Sankar (@imRohit_SN) April 20, 2022
Good way to sign off ✍️pic.twitter.com/Xpc6Lyw6Ld
Kieron Pollard retires before Chris Gayle. Who would have thought? 😯— Shubh Aggarwal (@shubh_chintak) April 20, 2022
What’s with me sleeping at odd hours and then waking up to news that I don’t want to hear! 😑😣— Vinesh Prabhu (@vlp1994) April 20, 2022
Just read that Kieron Pollard retired from international cricket 💔💔💔
Thank you KP for all the memories!
IPL and Franchise T20 Cricket has taken away another exciting player!— Basit Subhani (@BasitSubhani) April 20, 2022
West Indies limited-overs captain Kieron Pollard has retired from international cricket.