Kieron Pollard becomes the first cricketer to play 600 T20 matches

Former West Indies cricketer Kieron Pollard converted the primary cricketer to play 600 T20 matches on Monday. The London Spirit match is opposed to the Manchester Originals throughout the ongoing The Hundred event at Lords. Pollard made a positive statement to make the event memorable. He's smashed 34 times only beating 11 balls made up of 1 4's and 4 big sixes.

Pollard has some reasonable T20I stats. He scored 11,723 points in 600 video games with an average of 31.34. He has a specific personal best efficiency of 104. Pollard scored a century and 56 half century in figure. He also captured 309 wickets with his best bowling of 4/15.

Over time Pollard has represented several T20/franchise groups, most notably the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago Locals, Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the Adelaide Strikers Melbourne Renegades in Huge Bash League, Dhaka Gladiators and Dhaka Dynamites in Bangladeshi Premier League (BPL), Karachi Kings, Multan Sultans and Peshawar Zalmi in Pakistan Tremendous League, Trinbago Knight Riders in Caribbean Premier League (CPL) etc.

He was succeeded by Dwayne Bravo (543 games), Shoaib Malik (472), Chris Gale (463) and Ravi Pobara (426).

Coming into the game, Pollard's attack propped up his team 160/6 on 100 balls. In addition, contributions were obtained from Captain Eoin Morgan (37) and opener Zak Crawley (41). Manchester Originals may only handle 108 runs sooner than the rackets run out. Phil Salt was the leading scorer of the game with 36 points while Jordan Thompson 4/21 was the main pitcher for the London Spirit. London Spirit gained the sport by 52 runs. (ANI)

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