Full Name Kieron Pollard
Born May 12, 1987
Tacarigua, Trinidad
Age 29 Years, 8 Months, 6 Days
National Side West Indies
Batting Style Right Handed
Bowling Right-arm medium fast
Batting Rank ODI - 63, World Cup - 63, T20I - 70
Bowling Rank ODI - NA, World Cup - NA, T20I - NA
Teams Played West Indies, South Australia, Stanford Super Stars, Mumbai, Trinidad and Tobago, Cape Cobras, West Indies, Somerset, Adelaide Strikers, Dhaka Gladiators, Barbados Tridents, Karachi Kings
Man of the Match ODI - 4, World Cup - 1, T20I - 1, IPL - 8, CL - 2,
Career Span [ODI, 2007 - 2016], [World Cup, 2007 - 2011], [T20I, 2008 - 2016], [IPL, 2010 - 2016], [CL, 2009 - 2013],

A towering Trinidadian, Kieron Pollard is one of the hardest hitters of the cricket ball and is also a useful medium-pace bowler. Pollard's feats on the domestic circuit and his remarkable display in the 2009 Champions League T20 made him a nation-wide household name. Although he has a decent first-class record, he is seen by many as an ideal cricketer in the limited-over formats.

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Kieron Pollard Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

  M I N/O R HS 100s 50s 4s 6s Avg S/R Ct St
ODI 101 95 6 2289 119 v IND 3 9 145 110 25.71 92.89 53 0
World Cup 8 7 0 190 94 v IRE 0 2 15 11 27.14 138.68 6 0
T20I 50 44 10 742 63* v NZ 0 2 53 39 21.82 138.17 23 0
IPL 106 97 29 1959 78 v SRH 0 9 131 125 28.80 148.07 55 0
CL 25 24 5 592 72* v GUY 0 3 38 45 31.15 157.44 12 0

Bowling Performance

  I O M R W Best 3w 5w Avg E/R S/R
ODI 70 340.4 4 1956 50 3/27 v SA 2 0 39.12 5.74 40.88
World Cup 6 34.5 0 177 2 1/37 v SA 0 0 88.50 5.08 104.50
T20I 34 78 0 642 23 3/30 v AUS 1 0 27.91 8.23 20.34
IPL 80 198 0 1740 56 4/44 v JAI 2 0 31.07 8.78 21.21
CL 19 45.5 0 355 12 3/31 v JAI 1 0 29.58 7.74 22.91

Kieron Pollard Profile

A towering Trinidadian, Kieron Pollard is one of the hardest hitters of the cricket ball and is also a useful medium-pace bowler. Pollard's feats on the domestic circuit and his remarkable display in the 2009 Champions League T20 made him a nation-wide household name. Although he has a decent first-class record, he is seen by many as an ideal cricketer in the limited-over formats.

Pollard's impressive domestic performances caught the eye of the national selectors, which then resulted in his ODI debut in 2007. A debut in a World Cup was followed by a recall for the ODI series against New Zealand in 2008. Pollard scores a high proportion of his runs in boundaries, smashing the ball to all corners of the ground. He has produced some stunning innings for Trinidad and it was during the 2009 Champions League T20 that he grabbed attention of billions around the world with a 18-ball 54 for Trinidad and Tobago. He then went on to sign for Mumbai in the Indian T20 League in 2010. He scored his maiden ODI century against India in 2011 in Chennai but unfortunately it ended up in a losing cause. His impact on T20 elevated his status in this format and in the inaugural season of the Caribbean Premier League, he was made captain of the Barbados side where the team did fairly well. Since then, he has produced moments of brilliance sporadically for West Indies but has been consistently doing well for Mumbai in the Indian T20 League. An injury forced him to miss the ICC WT20 in Bangladesh in 2014 but his credentials in the shortest format of the game were enough for him to be retained by the Mumbai franchise for the 2014 edition of the Indian T20 League.

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