Kieron Pollard: I have a lot of cricket left in me

DN Bureau

After his thrilling performance on Wednesday against Kings XI Punjab in the ongoing Indian Premier League, Mumbai Indians batsman Kieron Pollard has said that he has a lot of cricket left in him.

Kieron Pollard
Kieron Pollard

Mumbai: After his thrilling performance on Wednesday against Kings XI Punjab in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL), Mumbai Indians batsman Kieron Pollard has said that he has a lot of cricket left in him.

"I am a cricketer, I am 31 years of age and I have a lot of cricket left in me and I think people who are close to me, back me and that is most important," Pollard said at the post-match press conference.

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Pollard's last appearance in an ODI was in October 2016. When asked about opinions being made about his performance in the last few years, Pollard said: "When you are losing, people tend to have all sort of opinions on you, you cannot stop people from that. Every time I get the opportunity to play, I want to do my best."

Pollard with Narine and Russell

He also praised fellow West Indies players, saying: "I think Chris batted superbly well. Fellow West Indian [Andre] Russell he's smacking the ball and it's great to see the way he's hitting the ball and [Sunil] Narine. These guys are having a good tournament and again it is just about enjoying cricket."

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Pollard hammered 10 sixes and scored 83 off just 31 balls which helped his team register three-wicket victory over Punjab.

Mumbai Indians will now host Rajasthan Royals on April 13. (ANI)

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