West Indian superstar all-rounder, Kieron Pollard, wants the ongoing argument between the board and senior players to end as soon as possible. Cricket has suffered a lot in the Caribbean and Pollard was enthusiastic to guide his team out of calamity with the help of some other knowledgeable members.
The forceful player stated, “It’s really substandard to see the players at loggerheads with the board. At some point of time, I believe, they will come to an conformity. That should be soon. The best way is to come to an agreement and take West Indies cricket frontward.”
Pollard is currently in India, in place of the Mumbai Indians (MI) team in the cash rich Indian Premier League (IPL), while his team is hosting a complete series against Pakistan.On his contribution in the profitable league, Pollard stated, “It was a mutual accord between me and the West Indies Cricket Board. It was a substance of me playing in the IPL. We had that agreement sometime ago. I am here to play in the IPL. That conversation was done long ago.”Pollard revealed that he was amazed on being retained in the MI team for yet another season. He bats in the lower-order, but has been unable to get too many chances with the bat to prove his mettle. However, the aggressive all-rounder was not worried at all and was pleased to see his top-order scoring runs with uniformity.
He worried on team-work, saying it was the most imperative factor in winning matches. Despite his contribution in the IPL, Pollard has been closely watching his national side in action as well.
The colorful cricketer added that he had been watching the Pak-Windies series ball by ball. However, the result of the One Day Internationals (ODIs) haven’t been very good quality for the Caribbean Kings, as they lost the first three games of the five-match series.There have been some positives for the home team though, as they manage to win the lone T20 game played between the two nations. They also survive a whitewash defeat, winning the fourth ODI by just one run (Duckworth Lewis method). Both teams will play one more limited-over game before heading into a two-match test series.