Last Update on: March 8th, 2020 at 04:16 pm
West Indies’ all-rounder, Kieron Pollard has been ruled out of the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Pollard was suffering from a niggle in his right thigh, with Carlos Brathwaite replacing the allrounder at Peshawar Zalmi for the rest of the tournament. Pollard was expected to join Peshawar after West Indies tour of Sri Lanka but the West Indies allrounder’s injury has ruled him out from this year’s tournament.
Originally, Carlos Brathwaite was called-up as cover for Kieron Pollard till March 6. Now with Pollard’s unavailability, that arrangement is now being extended for the rest of the tournament.
Kieron Pollard Ruled Out Of Pakistan Super League
“I’m sorry I can’t be there in person this year, but the team has some inspirational characters leading the charge and I’m sure can give Daren (Sammy) his first trophy as a head coach,” Pollard said in a statement.
Peshawar Zalmi Are In A Good Position In PSL
Peshawar Zalmi, the franchise for which Kieron Pollard plays, are currently in a good position in this year’s Pakistan Super League. They are currently on the second place in the standings.
They have played a total of 8 games in this year’s PSL so far. Out of all these games, Peshawar have won 4 games and lost three whereas, one game was abandoned without a single ball being bowled.