In yesterday’s match against Gujarat Titans, Pollard once again showed poor batting style. However, Batting first, Mumbai Indians scored 177 runs for the loss of 06 wickets and They restricted Gujarat Titan to 172 runs and won by 5 runs.
The former West Indies captain has played 10 matches in the 2022 IPL edition so far and scored 129 runs. The highest score is 25 and his average is as low as 14.33 in this edition. In yesterday’s match too, the Caribbean batsman was dismissed for 04 off 14 balls and this will be his final match of the year, said Akash Chopra.
The former Indian cricketer reflected on the Mumbai Indian batting in a video shared on his YouTube channel. Meanwhile, he pointed out that he thinks this will be his final match in this edition.
“Tilak Varma got run out but before that Kieron Pollard got out. That’s an interesting one, I feel Kieron Pollard will not play any further this year, that’s it, they won’t play him anymore because Dewald Brevis is sitting outside and Tim David is doing well.”
However, Amit Mishra has a different opinion regarding pollard. He wrote in a message on his Twitter that Pollard was deeply concerned about the Pandya brothers’ exit. He had previously finished the matches with the Pandya brothers, but now Pollard has to finish the match alone.
“Pollard is seriously feeling the pressure of finishing things off single-handedly after exit of Pandya Brothers especially Hardik. Mumbai should reconsider their batting order next year.”
Pollard is seriously feeling the pressure of finishing things off single-handedly after exit of Pandya Brothers especially Hardik. Mumbai should reconsider their batting order next year. #MIvGT
— Amit Mishra (@MishiAmit) May 6, 2022