Kieron Pollard Says Fabian Allen Is A Special Talent
By SMCS - Jun 30, 2021 11:46 am
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West Indies all-rounder Fabian Allen has played single-handedly and helped the team take a lead in the ongoing T20I series against South Africa as well. Allen scored 34 runs from 12 balls which also included five sixes in the second T20I and claimed two vital wickets of Temba Bavuma and Reeza Hendricks as well. And, the West Indies T20I Captain Kieron Pollard has applauded Allen’s all-round performance and praised him as a talented cricketer.

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“Fabian did well with the ball in the first game, and then he showed what he can do with the bat in the second. As a cricketer, I think he’s a fantastic cricketer all round. He has the ability to go far places, and hence the reason why we want and we have him around the setup because we know what he can offer. And it was fantastic to see him, even though it was sort of far-fetched at the end, he going out and showing that you know what despite the situation, despite whatever, there’s always hope,” said Kieron Pollard in a press interaction ahead of the third T20I.

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So long may performance continue and I just hope that he continues to make use of all the opportunities you know that he gets. And it would only augur well, you know, for him in the future and for West Indies cricket as well. So, you know, all youngsters and everybody you know long may continue, but I think he’s a special talent,” further added Kieron Pollard.

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However, the third T20I between the West Indies and South Africa took place at the National Cricket Stadium, St George’s, Grenada tonight on Tuesday, 29th June 2021 at 11:30 PM IST where South Africa managed to take the lead after registering a convincing win by 1 run. Notably, the series includes 2 concluded Tests and 5 ongoing T20Is, which will finish on July 03 as well.