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| On May 30, 2021 8:20 PM IST

Watch: Mumbai Indians Kieron Pollard Shocks Bowlers By Batting From Behind The Stumps

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Mumbai Indians Kieron Pollard: The Mumbai Indians (MI) is the most successful team in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL) having won a record number of five titles. West Indies big-hitting all-rounder Kieron Pollard is a pivotal part of the Mumbai Indians set up since the inception of the IPL in 2008. Incidentally, it was due to Pollard’s match-winning knock of 60 runs off only 32 balls that helped Mumbai Indians lift their maiden IPL trophy in 2013 and now fast forward to 2021, the veteran Caribbean all-rounder smashed another breathtaking innings once again against Chennai Super Kings during the recent IPL season to help his team pull off an unlikely victory.

Mumbai Indians Kieron Pollard batting from behind the stumps

In a recent video going viral on the internet, Mumbai Indians’ hard-hitting all-rounder Kieron Pollard is actually seen batting from behind the stumps during a net practice session. Mumbai Indians have posted a video on all their official social media handles where Pollard can be seen hitting the MI bowlers all over the park. The veteran Windies all-rounder surprised everyone when went behind the stumps to hit one of the deliveries and even managed to execute a superb stroke.

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Here are some of the reactions to Kieron Pollard’s recent video from Mumbai Indians practice session:

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IPL 2021 Phase 2 in UAE

After its Special General Meeting (SGM), the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) officially announced that the remaining 31 matches of the IPL 2021 season will be organised in the UAE during the September-October window. However, the biggest obstacle in front of the BCCI will now be the availability of the foreign players. According to a recent report, the board is now trying their level best and are already in discussion with the foreign cricketing boards regarding the availability of the overseas players for the IPL Phase 2 in UAE.

“That’s what most of us are wary of, the availability of English and Aussie cricketers. If there are players who decide not to travel for whatever reasons, adequate replacements will have to be sought,” a source, tracking development in franchises, told Times of India.

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