IPL 2021: Pandya brothers greet ‘GOAT’ Kieron Pollard after stunning run chase

Pollard played one of the most memorable innings in the history of the IPL and introduced Mumbai Indians to last ball finish with a unbeaten 34-ball 87 to defeat CSK by four wickets at Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi.

After the matchlobten die Pandya brothers on the West Indian as Krunal referred to Pollard as one of die greatest cricketer of die all the time while Hardik was revealing how His teammate gets angry when he licks runs when bowling.

“Special mention to Polly. People don’t talk about him that much, but loudly us, he is GOAT, one of the biggest of all the time. When you see that chase what we have done is few people who did it and Pollard did a chase like that in front of so many times”Said Krunal brother and teammate Hardik Pandya in a video posted on IPL website.

“We have to say it one what Kieron Pollard meets with sixes for But breakfast when he takes one wicket or he bowls well, for him you know if you give candy for a child he is like The. He is the happiest of Everything in he is angry with everything with himself, when he gives runs he takes his bowling to the heart, “said Hardik.

Pursue a massive goal of In 219 Mumbai Indians gave openers Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock die side a decent one start before going back to the shelter.

Krunal and Hardik also chipped in with a few big meets next to Pollard help Mumbai Indians remain in the run chase. But they do soon left and with 16 runs required off the final overPollard got MI over die line in the last ball and half them win the game by six wickets.

“The engine room of Mumbai Indians has started one The engine started, two (Krunal and Hardik) will start at the right time, we did it in past”Kieron Pollard, you are a legend,” said Hardik.

After this moving until eight points with her fourth win of This season will be die Mumbai Indians are now aiming climb up the table when they next to take on Sunrisers Hyderabad on Tuesday (May 4th) at Arun Jaitley Stadium.

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