Kieron Pollard, the West Indian all-rounder, announced his retirement from international cricket on Wednesday, April 20. The 34-year-old Trinidadian made the announcement via Instagram. Pollard, who made his international debut in 2007, represented West Indies in 123 One-Day Internationals and 101 Twenty20 Internationals. He had three centuries under his belt and picked 55 wickets in ODIs, while in T20Is he registered the highest score of 75* and best bowling figures of 4 for 25.
Polly , you will always be entertainer in the T20s ... Thanks for entertaining us with your innings of 6 sixes in 6 balls.— Ziyan Modak (@ZiyanModak) April 20, 2022
For me, this is the best entertaining innings for Kieron Pollard. pic.twitter.com/ABfQbRfUaJ