In the IPL, MI coach Kieran Pollard wreaked havoc with the bat in the PSL, scoring 27 runs in an over.

The strong form of West Indian batsman Kieron Pollard, who plays the role of coach of Mumbai Indians (MI) in the Indian Premier League (IPL), continues today. Kieron Pollard, who plays for the Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League, caused havoc with the bat on Wednesday. Pollard played a storming innings scoring 49 unbeaten runs in just 21 balls and led his team to victory.

What was special about Pollard’s innings was that he scored 27 runs in a single over. Pollard, who has retired from international cricket, still bats with the same rhythm. He scored 27 runs in an over against Salamkhil of Peshawar Zalmi on Wednesday. His video is going viral on social media.

Peshawar’s Salamkhil came to bowl the 15th over of Karachi Kings’ innings. Pollard hit a four off the first ball of that over. After that, a six came on the second ball, while Pollard hit another four on the third ball. After that, Pollard shot into the air again on the fourth and fifth balls, and both times the ball crossed the boundary. There was a run on the last ball. In this way, Pollard scored 27 runs in one over.

In this match, Babar Azam’s Peshawar Zalmi had scored 154 runs after playing first. Babar Azam played an innings of 72 runs off 51 balls. However, eight of the team’s players couldn’t even reach double figures. In response, Shan Masood’s Karachi Kings chased down the target in just 16.5 overs. Pollard returned unbeaten after scoring 49 runs and James Vince after scoring 38 runs.

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