Pollard is 1st cricket player to complete significant T20.

Kieron Pollard was the first cricketer to reach this important T20 milestone.

On Monday, Kieron Pollard, a former West Indies captain, participated in his 600th T20 match.

Former West Indies captain Kieron Pollard made history on Monday when he played his 600th T20 game. The strong hitter accomplished this feat while representing his team, London Spirit, in the ongoing The Hundred competition at Lord’s against Manchester Originals. Pollard made an effort to make the occasion memorable. His unbeaten 34 runs off just 11 balls were made up of one four and four enormous sixes.

So Pollard’s T20I stats are excellent. He has 11,723 runs scored at an average of 31.34 across 600 games. His performance is the best out of the 104. Pollard has one century and 56 half-centuries in the format. He also boasts a total of 309 wickets with a bowling average of 4/15.

So the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago’s national team, the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL), the Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League, the Dhaka Gladiators and Dhaka Dynamites in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), the Karachi Kings, Multan Sultans, and Peshawar Zalmi in the Pakistan Super League, the Trinbago Tigers in the Trinbago Premier League, the Trinbag

He is below players like Dwayne Bravo (543 games), Shoaib Malik (472), Chris Gayle (463) and Ravi Bopara (426).

Pollard’s assault enabled his team reach 160/6 with 100 balls left in the contest. The team’s captain Eoin Morgan and the starting quarterback Zak Crawley both contributed (41). Manchester Originals could only manage 108 runs before their hitters ran out. Phil Salt, a member of the London Spirit team, had the most runs scored (36), and Jordan Thompson had the best bowling average (4/21). The London Spirit won by a score of 52 runs.

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