Kieron Pollard has undergone surgery for a knee injury sustained during the T20 Blast.

Kieron Pollard has been ruled out of the remaining matches of the Surrey due to a knee injury. The 35-year-old had this problem at the start of the T20 Blast campaign and on June 21 he underwent surgery and He has been advised to stay out of the game for four or six weeks.

Accordingly, the former West Indies captain will lose to Surrey for the remainder of the T20 Blast.  Pollard took one wicket for Surrey, scoring 99 runs in six games. Surrey, who started the campaign with eight wins and a no result from their first nine games to go top of the South Group.

It has not yet been announced whether Surrey will replace Pollard at the end of their group stage and beyond.

Also, Pollard was scheduled to join London Spirit in The Hundred League this year.  But it is still unclear whether he will be able to join with Spirit. They begin their campaign on August 4 against the Oval Invincible.

Commenting on this, Kieron pollard said

“This is hugely frustrating as we have been a dominant force and I felt I was part of something special.”

For the upcoming matches of the Surrey team, his congratulations were added.

“But I wish the lads all the best for the rest of the campaign whilst I get myself fit and firing again.”

Director Alec Stewart said he was saddened by the loss of a quality player like Pollard.

Alec Stewart • Getty Images

“We are disappointed to lose a player of Kieron’s quality and wish him a speedy recovery.”

Surrey’s official Facebook page announced that he was ruled out of Vitality Blast campaign.

“We’re sorry to announce that Kieron Pollard has been ruled out of the rest of the Vitality campaign due to injury.”


“Thanks, Kieron for being a key part of our campaign this year, everyone at the club wishes you a speedy recovery.”

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