Kieron Pollard retires from IPL: Announcing the retention or release of players in the Indian Premier League (IPL) today (November 15), Kieron Pollard has announced his retirement. A veteran player made a big announcement even before the franchise list was released. The player has suddenly retired from the IPL. He is one of the biggest match winners of Mumbai Indians, the most successful team in IPL history.
This player suddenly retired
Kieron Pollard retired from the IPL after playing for the Mumbai Indians since 2010. The Mumbai Indians can release veteran all-rounder Kieron Pollard, but he has already made this important decision.
Special post written for Mumbai Indians
Kieron Pollard announced his retirement from the IPL on social media. As he wrote in this post for Mumbai Indians, “it was not easy to decide as I want to play for a few more years, but after discussions with Mumbai Indians, I have decided to say goodbye to my IPL career.” It’s time for Mumbai Indians to change. As long as I can’t play for Mumbai Indians now, I can’t see myself playing against Mumbai either. Mumbai Indians will always be a part of me.
Flop in IPL 2022
West Indies’ Kieron Pollard had a lot of floor in IPL 2022. Mumbai Indians also lost 10 matches this season. In terms of ball and bat, Pollard was not able to show amazing skills. During IPL 2022, Kieron Pollard scored 144 runs and took four wickets. As a result of Pollard’s poor performance, the team lost. As a result, Rohit Sharma took him out of the playing XI.
Such was the journey of IPL
In the IPL, Kieron Pollard played 189 matches. During these matches, he scored 3412 runs at an average of 28.67 and a strike rate of 147.32. He also scored 16 half-centuries. Pollard also took 69 wickets in matches at an economy rate of 8.79.
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