West Indies all-rounder and commander Kieron Pollard reported his retirement from worldwide cricket on Wednesday.
The 34-year-old officially said goodbye to global cricket in a post on his Instagram account, “After cautious thought I’ve today chosen to resign from worldwide cricket. Similar to the instance of numerous youthful people it was a fantasy of mine to address the West Indies group from the time I was a kid of 10 years and I’m pleased to have addressed West Indies cricket for north of 15 years in both the T20 and ODI types of the game.
I can in any case distinctively recollect making my worldwide presentation in 2007 under the initiative of my life as a youngster legend, Brian Lara. Wearing those maroon tones and playing close by such greats has been an honor that I never trifled with, soul in each feature of the game – whether bowling, batting or handling.”
Pollard has addressed West Indies in 123 One-Day Internationals and 101 Twenty20 internationals. Pollard has additionally captained the Caribbean group in the two configurations. He has scored 2709 runs and taken 55 wickets in ODIs while in the briefest configuration of the game the all-rounder from Trinidad has made 1569 runs and asserted 42 wickets.
Pollard has never played a Test for West Indies.
The 34-year-old is at present occupied with partaking in the Indian Premier League for the Mumbai Indians.