Mumbai Indians and former West Indian all-rounder Kieron Pollard introduced his retirement from the Indian Premier League on Tuesday.
Pollard, who has been part of the Mumbai squad for 13 seasons will now take up the function of the membership’s batting coach.
The 35-year-old has seen all of it with Mumbai Indians, clinching 5 IPL titles and two Champions League trophies in his stint with the aspect.
“It hasn’t been the best choice to make as I’ll hold enjoying for just a few extra years, however I perceive that this unimaginable franchise which has achieved a lot must transition,” Pollard stated in an announcement launched by the IPL aspect.
“If I’m now not to play for MI then I can not see myself enjoying in opposition to MI both. I’m immensely proud, honoured and blessed to have represented the most important and most profitable crew within the IPL for the previous 13 seasons” he added.
Mumbai Indians acquired the providers of Pollard within the 2010 IPL auctions, beating Chennai Tremendous Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore in a bidding struggle that went upwards of $750,000.
The West Indian has been a talismanic determine throughout the Mumbai setup, enjoying 189 matches, scoring 3412 runs and likewise scalping 69 wickets.
Pollard, skipper Rohit Sharma’s ordinary deputy, has additionally captained the Mumbai aspect and has 4 wins out of a potential six.