Kieron Pollard is the second player with 11,000 runs in the T20s. West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard became only the second batsman. Also, to cross 11,000 runs in T20 cricket. The 34-year-old comes to the breakthrough in the ongoing Caribbean Premier League.
West Indies white-ball captain Kieron Pollard. He became only the second player to cross 11,000 runs in T20 cricket. The 34-year-old all-rounder achieved the feat. Amid his group Trinbago Knight Riders’ 27-run win. Over St Lucia Kings within the continuous Caribbean Premier League (CPL). Pollard is the captain of his side crashed six fours. Also, in one six amid his 29-ball thump.
Kieron Pollard, a T20 veteran, has 11,008 runs in 554 matches. He has scored these runs at an impressive strike rate of 152.74. Including one century and 55 half-centuries. Pollard is only behind individual West Indian Chris Gayle. He is on the all-time list of most run-getters. Gayle has amassed 14,108 runs in the T20s. Shoaib Malik of Pakistan is on third, whereas Australia’s David Warner is on the fourth spot in the men’s T20s.
Particularly, Pollard has also got 297 wickets in the shortest format. Also, to go with the 11,000-plus runs. Which makes him arguably one of the greatest T20 all-rounders ever. Pollard has spoken to West Indies in 119 ODI. Also, 88 T20 matches but the swashbuckling all-rounder. It is yet to play a first-class match.
Pollard is an integral part of five-time Indian Premier League champions Mumbai Indian for over a decade now. The all-rounder was bought by Mumbai Indians in 2009. After his impressive outing for Trinidad and Tobago in the 2009 Champions League T20.
Lastly, separated from Mumbai Indians, the all-rounder has played franchise cricket in Australia. Also, in England, West Indies, South Africa, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. Since he made his T20 debut in 2006.