Kieron Pollard trolls umpire by converting no-ball into dead ball

Kieron Pollard trolls umpire by converting no-ball into dead ball

Kieron Pollard trolls umpire by converting no-ball into dead ball (Pic Source: Twitter)

West Indies have whitewashed Afghanistan in a three-match series. Windies new captain Kieron Pollard has successfully led the team. Shai hope scored most runs in this series. Now Afghanistan and West Indies will play a three-match T20I that will start from November 14.

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During the third ODI, Windies skipper Kieron Pollard trolls umpire epically. This incident happened when Kieron Pollard came to bowl. When he was on the way to deliver a ball, the umpire gave the ball no-ball, before pollard delivers the ball and he didn’t deliver that ball and decision covert into a dead ball.

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“We came here with some sort of ambition about how we want to play cricket and the guys responded well. Winning is a habit, we want to follow the process again and again. There is some method in everything we do. Sometimes it will work and sometimes it won’t work,” Kieron Pollard said.

Roston Chase awarded with the player of the series award.

“Skipper called me last night and told me that you are going to play a different role today. Hope told me, ‘Ross just takes singles and we will get home.’ I was just trying to vary my pace and the pitch was helping me a lot. I am happy that I picked up a few wickets too. I am happy that we won a series after five years,” Roston Chase said.

“Thanks to the crowd for supporting our team. Hopefully, they will come out in T20s too. We have improved as a team in every game. Asghar and Nabi finished in the right manner and helped us in posting a good total. We should have defended that target but Hope didn’t give us any chance. He batted superbly. Nothing to change, we just need to focus on taking the right decisions. And my message to the boys would be to enjoy their cricket,” Rashid Khan said.

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