West Indies captain Caron Pollard has announced his retirement from international cricket. According to a report by foreign news agency, Caron Pollard has announced his retirement from international cricket on social media. In his message, he said that he will never forget the moment when he made his debut for West Indies under Brian Lara in 2007.
“After careful consideration, I have decided to retire from international cricket today,” Pollard said in a video posted on Instagram.
“Like a very young man, I dreamed of representing the West Indies. I am proud to have represented the West Indies in T20 and ODI cricket for 15 years,” he said.
— Kieron Pollard (@KieronPollard55) April 20, 2022
West Indies captain Caron Pollard’s career
The West Indies superstar cricketer and all-rounder have represented the West Indies in 123 ODIs and 101 T20I matches, making his ODI debut in 2007 and T20I in 2008. West Indies cricket team superstar Pollard also has the distinction of being the third player in international cricket to hit six sixes in a row in an over. He did important things for the West Indies team. Pollard made his debut against South Africa in 2007, when he did not play a Test match for the West Indies. Representing the West Indies cricket team in limited-overs, Pollard led the West Indies to 61 matches in which they won 25 and lost 31.