Kieron Pollard shares word of advice for Bangladesh team

Kieron Pollard shares word of advice for Bangladesh team

"They have to understand what they need to do according to the team’s need and the most important thing is they to play as a team," he quoted.

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West Indies cricketer Kieron Pollard  (Photo by JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Veteran Windies all-rounder Kieron Pollard is a seasoned cricketer when it comes to the shortest format of the game. The big built cricketer is a globe trotter when it comes to the T20 cricket action. He is currently in Bangladesh where he is plying his trade for the Dhaka Dynamites in the ongoing 2017 edition of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). Recently, he spoke about the development of sport in the Bangladeshi homeland.

He looked impressed with the way Bangladesh cricket has evolved in the recent times. Barring their most recent horror tour of South Africa, the Asian side have tasted quite a lot of success in the recent times. While Pollard did not comment much on the way the Bangladeshi side should play the longer formats, he surely did have an advice for the shortest format of the game. He mentioned that they should play with more responsibility and also should play more games to get experience.

“In T20, the players of Bangladesh should be aware of their duty and responsibility. They have to understand what they need to do according to the team’s need and the most important thing is they to play as a team. I think if Bangladesh plays not only BPL but more matches away from home then they will not face any more problem in this format,” quoted Kieron Pollard as per the quotes in bdcrictime.com.

Hope to keep the momentum going

Commenting on his BPL franchise Dhaka Dynamites, Kieron Pollard hopes to keep the winning momentum going. Pollard conceded that the team has done really well after having lost the first game and are looking forward to the coming fixtures.

“There are still 10 matches left. We didn’t play well in the first match, but fought back well in the 2nd. We won in a dominating way. We will try to keep that momentum going,” he conceded.