Kieron Pollard Becomes First Cricketer To Play 600 Matches In T20 Cricket History

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Mumbai: West Indian all-rounder Kieron Pollard has become the first cricketer to play 600 matches in T20 cricket history. Pollard achieved the feat by taking the field for London Spirit against Manchester Originals in a The Hundred match on Monday.

Pollard tried to make the event critical. He crushed an unbeaten 34 runs off only 11 balls comprising of one four and four major sixes.

Pollard has some splendid T20I details. He has scored 11,723 stumbles into 600 games at a normal of 31.34. He has the best individual exhibition of 104. Pollard has scored one 100 years and 56 half-hundreds of years in the arrangement. He has likewise caught 309 wickets with the best bowling figures of 4/15.

Throughout the long term Pollard has addressed numerous T20 groups/establishments, most outstandingly West Indies, homegrown group Trinidad and Tobago, Mumbai Indians in Indian Premier League (IPL), Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Renegades in Big Bash League, Dhaka Gladiators and Dhaka Dynamites in Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), Karachi Kings, Multan Sultans and Peshawar Zalmi in Pakistan Super League, Trinbago Knight Riders in Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and so forth.

Behind him are players Dwayne Bravo (543 matches), Shoaib Malik (472), Chris Gayle (463) and Ravi Bopara (426).

Coming to the match, Pollard’s assault powered his team 160/6 in 100 balls. Contributions also came from captain Eoin Morgan (37) and opener Zak Crawley (41). Manchester Originals could manage only 108 runs before they ran out of batters.

Phil Salt was its top scorer with 36 runs while Jordan Thompson 4/21 was the leading bowler for the London Spirit team. London Spirit won the game by 52 runs.

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