Kieran Pollard’s record against RCB has been strong. His strike rate is close to 170. Pollard also showed great power on the nets for the opening match.
The countdown of IPL 2021 is coming to an end now. Meaning that the time has come for the opening match to be blown up. It is the first match between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. And, in this match, the player of Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma, who can become a big threat to Virat Kohli and his team, is the name of Karen Pollard. We are not saying this just like that. Rather there is a solid reason behind it. And, for those reasons we will also inform you.
But, before this, watch this video shared by Mumbai Indians, in which Karen Pollard has landed for practice on the net after finishing his quarantine just one day before the opening match of IPL 2021. Pollard started his net practice with a six off long on the first ball. After this, he was also seen defending some balls. So that when the situation is opposite in the competition, then it can be useful. Apart from this, he added some more sixes. And completed his batting practice.
Big man. Big hits. Big match player. 🔥
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 8, 2021
Pollard said – I’m here
It was a few hours before Pollard shared this video of the Mumbai Indians franchise, when the fans, the platoon of Mumbai, were constantly asking the franchisee, where is Pollard? This is because he could not see Pollard practicing. But then Pollard himself came in front and said – here he is.
̶W̶h̶e̶r̶e̶ ̶i̶s̶ ̶P̶o̶l̶l̶a̶r̶d̶?̶ ̶
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 7, 2021
Kieron Pollard, who aggravates RCB’s uneasiness
Now fans of Mumbai also know about the absurdity of Pollard and the increased discomfort of RCB before the opening match. Actually, the reason behind these two is Karen Pollard’s tremendous batting record against RCB, his 32 sixes, through which he scored 192 runs. His strike rate of around 170 against Virat’s team. Yes, Kieran Pollard has scored 556 runs against RCB, thanks to a strike rate of 166.56, 32 sixes and 39 fours. Now the player who has such a track record against a team, it will only increase the heat.
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