Kieron Pollard is the first ever cricketer to have played 600 T20 matches in his career. The former West Indies skipper is known as a hard-hitting hitter and has set another milestone in his long cricket career. During the match at The Hundred competition at Lord’s, Pollard hit an unbeaten 34 runs off 11 balls which included five boundaries, one four, and four sixes. His T20 career is adorned with 11,723 runs in 600 games making that at an average of 31.34. His best ever individual exhibition was of 104 runs and that was his only century in the shortest format, and over the years he has added 56 half-centuries as well.
Additionally, the allrounder has caught 309 wickets and recorded the best bowling number at 4/15. Pollard has been part of many well-known T20 Competitions around the world, including the famous Indian Premier League, Big Bash League, Bangladesh Premier League, Pakistan Super League, and CPL as well along with representing the country.