Kieron Pollard: Five-time IPL winners Mumbai Indians have had a very disappointing performance in the current season. The performance of the team’s star all-rounder Kieron Pollard has also not been special this season. This season he has struggled with both the ball and the bat. In IPL 2022, Pollard has so far scored 144 runs in 11 matches at an average of 14.40 and strike rate of 107.46. At the same time, he has been able to take only four wickets in his name. Pollard has bowled in 7 innings of 11 matches this season. During this, he conceded 125 runs in 14 overs at an economy of 8.92.
Ian Bishop gave this advice
Former West Indies fast bowler Ian Bishop gave his opinion on this performance of Pollard. He said that Pollard needs to start his game again. Bishop told ESPNcricinfo, “Pollard himself will have to rebuild his game, although he prefers to do so because he has a lot of cricket to play.” He said, “People are saying that he is disappointed with his performance, I am not going there. I think he is a player who can reinvent himself.”
Great contribution for Mumbai
He requested the media and fans that they should remember the contribution of this all-rounder player for Mumbai Indians. “Yeah, they keep the faith and are loyal to a great player for them. We have long memories – when I say in the media, some fans forget things quickly,” Bishop said.
His performance can’t be forgotten
You should look at Pollard’s performance when Mumbai won the championship. Batted 420 runs at an average of 42 in 2013, an average of over 30 in 2019 and 2020, and a strike rate of between 160 and 190. He is an integral part of Mumbai Indians’ victory. You can’t forget his performance on crucial occasions. In such a situation, they should be given plenty of opportunities. Let us tell you that the next match of Mumbai Indians will be on Thursday against Chennai Super Kings.
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