Kieron Pollard left the field without getting out, Russell got out on a diamond duck

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Kieron Pollard left the field without getting out, Russell got out on a diamond duck

Whenever the West Indies team comes on the field, it comes back only after making headlines. We got to see something similar in the match against Bangladesh as well. Kieron Pollard, the captain of the Windies team, which was battling the poor form of the batsmen, suddenly left the field and returned to the pavilion. Pollard had scored only 8 runs in 16 balls before returning to the pavilion. It is believed that Pollard was unable to time the ball properly and he returned to the pavilion to give a chance to the rest of the batsmen. But till now it is not clear whether he has retired out or retired hurt.

If Pollard had decided to retire, it would not have been in the interest of the team. Andre Russell, who came to bat after Pollard returned to the pavilion, was run out on the very next ball. Russell did not play a single ball against Bangladesh and became the 9th batsman to be dismissed for a diamond duck in the T20 World Cup.

Batsmen who got out on Diamond Duck in T20 World Cup

De Vettori

Mohamed Amiri
m yardy
misbah-ul-haqi
T Dilshani
M Jayawardene
de villi
Mustafizur Rahman
andre russell

Talking about the match, West Indies’ score is 100/4 after 16.1 overs. Universe boss Chris Gayle, who came out to bat for the Windies today, could not do wonders. Gayle returned to the pavilion after scoring 4 and Lewis 6. Roston Chase is currently batting with Pooran after scoring 36 runs. Pooran has scored 25 runs in 14 balls.

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