[Watch] Kieron Pollard’s Sixes Dominate PSL 2024 Clash

In the electrifying atmosphere of the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2024, cricket fans were treated to a spectacular display of skill and power by Karachi Kings’ all-rounder, Kieron Pollard. His remarkable innings during Match 15 against Islamabad United in Karachi left everyone in awe, especially with one particular shot that stole the spotlight.

Kieron Pollard Psl Six

Pollard’s Batting Brilliance

The match witnessed Karachi Kings striving to set a challenging target. Kieron Pollard, renowned for his game-changing abilities, rose to the occasion. With an unbeaten 48 runs off 28 deliveries, including two boundaries and an unforgettable six, he propelled his team to a competitive total of 165/5 in 20 overs.

Kieron Pollard Hammers ‘Flat Six’ in PSL

The defining moment of Pollard’s innings unfolded during the final over. Facing a delivery from Hunain Shah, Pollard showcased why he’s feared as one of the most powerful hitters in cricket. With precision timing and sheer strength, he dispatched the ball over the bowler’s head for a flat six, leaving the crowd roaring in excitement.

Karachi Kings’ Early Struggles

Earlier in the innings, Karachi Kings had a shaky start, losing opener Tim Seifert early. However, Leus du Plooy’s brief cameo with a quickfire 24 off 15 balls injected some momentum. Despite efforts from captain Shan Masood (27) and the experienced Shoaib Malik (6), the team faltered, finding themselves at 89/5 after 13.1 overs.

Pollard’s Crucial Partnership

It was at this critical juncture that Pollard, alongside Irfan Khan, turned the tide. Their vital 76-run partnership revived Karachi Kings’ innings, steering them towards a competitive total.

[Watch] Hunain Shah’s Yorker Shines in PSL 2024 Clash

As Karachi Kings prepare to defend their score, all eyes are on their bowlers to complement Pollard’s explosive batting with disciplined performances. The match showcased Pollard’s prowess with the bat and underlined his significance as a game-changer in the PSL 2024.

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