Kieron Pollard who captains the West Indies white-ball cricket team has taken the move to retire from playing the sport internationally.
The announcement was made on Wednesday by way of a post the cricketer made on his Instagram account.
In the post, the former captain of the West Indies made a retirement statement explaining that after deliberating carefully about the matter he made the decision.
He also went on in his retirement speech to state that he will be supporting the West Indies Cricket team in every way possible especially as it relates to those who will be carrying on the game.
In conclusion, the former captain of the West Indies made it clear that he is saluting the team, for allowing him to live his dream.
In a total of 123 One-Day-Internationals (ODI) Keiron Pollard in his career, has hit 2,706 runs while as it relates to T-20 Internationals, he made a total hit of 1,569 runs and claimed 42 wickets in 101 games.
Alongside his accomplishments, as it regards to making runs and claiming wickets, Pollard is also well recognized for being the first batsman from the West Indies to hit 6 sixes in one over which happened during a T20 International game against Sri Lanka in Antigua in the year 2021.