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Kieron Pollard’s top 3 ODI innings

In this article, we will discuss Kieron Pollard’s top 3 ODI innings. Kieron Pollard is one of the most dangerous batters in the world who can bowl pretty well. By scoring two half-centuries during the World Cup 2011 and then smashing a century-plus against India in a crunch later that year in Chennai, Pollard enhanced his record for his country. There were also several thrilling T20 finishes, such as a 38 off 15 balls that knocked Australia well out of the 2012 World T20 semi-final.

In June 2016, Pollard made his comeback to the world of international cricket, this time with a stronger defensive game and a fighting mentality. He turned a 21 for 4 score against South Africa into a match-winning 285 runs. The West Indies’ greatest partnership for the fifth wicket was the 156 runs he shared with Darren Bravo.

 Let’s discuss the top three ODI innings of Kieron Pollard:

1. 119 runs vs India, Chennai

Kieron Pollard’s top 3 ODI innings
119 runs vs India Chennai

In 2011, Pollard scored his highest runs in ODI cricket against India in Chennai. He played an amazing innings where the Caribbean team was chasing a target of 268 runs. However, even after scoring 119 runs off 110 balls, he couldn’t save the match and lost it by 34 runs. It was a great match by Pollard and Andre Russell who also scored a half-century.

2. 109 runs vs Australia, Sydney

Kieron Pollard’s top 3 ODI innings
109 runs vs Australia Sydney

In the match against Australia in 2013, Pollard scored 109 runs off 136 balls which included 11 boundaries and two sixes. It was a beautiful innings and with his century, he could only help his team score 220 runs in the first innings. Australia chased down the score and won the match by 5 wickets with 31 balls to spare.

3. 102 runs vs Australia, Gros Islet

Kieron Pollard’s top 3 ODI innings
102 runs vs Australia Gros Islet

With 102 runs in 70 balls, Pollard played an amazing innings and helped West Indies score 294 runs in the first innings. Apart from Pollard, no other player touched the 40-run mark. However, the score was sufficient for the Caribbean team as the Aussies lost the match by 42 runs.

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