On November 15, Kieron Pollard tweeted that it was time to put his IPL career on hiatus and he would no longer be seen playing on the field. However, he will continue to work as a batting coach with Mumbai Indians. He wrote a beautiful thing in his message where he said, I don’t want to play against Mumbai. On Pollard’s retirement from the IPL, Mumbai’s star batsman and his teammate Suryakumar Yadav wished him through a tweet.
Suryakumar Yadav’s reaction
While sharing his memories with Pollard, Suryakumar Yadav wrote that since the beginning till now our brotherhood has become stronger. It’s hard for me not to have you on the field with us, but I’m excited for this opportunity to learn from you. All the best in your new role.
Pollard’s illustrious IPL career
Talking about his IPL career, Pollard has done well with both bat and ball. He has scored 3412 runs in 171 innings in 189 matches at a strike rate of 147.32; Which includes 16 fifties and his best score is 87 runs. He has taken 69 wickets in bowling.