Mumbai | West Indies ODI and T20 cricket team captain Kieron Pollard has announced his retirement from international cricket. Pollard, 34, who is currently playing for the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League, announced his retirement on Instagram.
Pollard has scored 2,706 runs in 123 ODIs for the Windies at an average of 26.01. This includes three centuries and 13 half-centuries. His highest ODI score was 119. In 101 T20 matches, Batentia Pollard scored 1,569 runs at an average of 25.30. The highest score in T20I was 83 runs.
He is also the team’s medium pace bowler, taking 82 wickets in ODIs and 42 in T20I. Pollard made his ODI debut against South Africa in 2007 and played his last ODI against India in February this year. He made his T20 debut in 2008 against Australia. The last T20 match was against India in February this year.