Kieron Pollard Retired From IPL 

West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard took to social media to announce his decision to retire as a player from the Indian Premier League. He take up the role of batting coach for Mumbai Indians in IPL.

Pollard Statement After Retirement

"Most sincerely, I express my deep appreciation to Mukesh, Nita and Akash Ambani for their tremendous love, support and respect I have always felt and for the confidence they placed in me. I recall our first encounter when they welcomed me with open arms saying, “We are family”. Those were not just mere words, but demonstrated by their every action throughout my time with Mumbai Indians.”

K Pollard IPL Record

The all-rounder has had a glittering career with the franchise and has won five IPL titles as well as two Champions League trophies. He finishes his IPL career with 3412 runs at an average of 28.67 and a strike rate of 147.32. Pollard has also picked up 69 wickets in 189 matches.